Here are some photos from a shoot I did with a great model named Tahnia Katherine. She was brave enough to cross the highway off the 92 going toward Half Moon Bay and climb around through the forest without any shoes on on a cold winter morning. Thanks
A few photos from a trip I took during Thanksgiving to Salvation Mountain with David and my cousin Taylor.
Here are some images from an engagement shoot I did back in November. A super sweet couple that I met through an ad I posted on Craigslist, same ad as the wedding (below), and we ventured out to Half Moon Bay to take some fun photos. Enjoy!
I was so fortunate enough to shoot Lora and Bryan's as my first wedding. They were the sweetest couple and everyone was so welcoming. Here are a few photos from their wedding! Hope you all like them!
On Sunday, 9/30/11, Kelty and I ran some errands around San Mateo and were told about a great little block party being held down one of our favorite streets near by. We stopped at this great bookstore first called "B Street Books" (Which would have been way cooler if it was E Street ;-) ). And after that we strolled down the block party and check out all the neat old cars and got some free cookies along the way!
This past weekend I had a chance to go back home to good ol' southern California. And let me tell you, it was hot. At one point the thermometer in my car read 108 degrees. So needless to say, we didn't do a whole lot. We mostly just lounged around and I caught up on some much needed sleep. Here are some images from breakfast with my parents, aunt, and David on Sunday morning, 9/16/2011.
These's past three months have definitely been... different, but different in the best ways possible. I have met some great new friends and have moved into a wonderful apartment, where I live with my best friends. On Saturday, August 26, 2012 3 new, and old, friends and I explored San Francisco on a very cold and windy night, which we hadn't fully prepared for. However, we wouldn't have had it any other way. The cool wind kept our cheeks rosy and our hands cold but the hearty bowls of clam chowder kept us warm. But, we'll be better prepared, next time.
In the past few months I have become a huge Bruce Springsteen fan. It's so bad it's interfering with my day to day life, but I can't get enough. I think John Stewart said it best, " I didn't understand the music of Bruce Springsteen, until I started to yearn for something more." Here are some images from my friend Kelty Spencer and I trying emulate some classic Bruce poses for an Instagram contest on Sunday, July 24, 2012 :).
This is a piece I did awhile ago but have just gotten around to taking some photos of it.
Location: Chinatown, San Francisco
Camera: Pentax film camera
Film: Kodak Film 35mm
Aging Process: First I developed the film/print in the darkroom and once I was happy with the prints, and it was dry, I let it soak in coffee for about two days. After it was completely dried I sanded down certain parts of the image and that was it!