The other day someone who was taking basic photography classes asked me how I knew when a photograph was “done” or “good”. Obviously these are subjective answers, a photograph is done when it is done, it is good if it is good. My answer, paraphrasing myself here: A photograph is done and/or good when I […]
I’m Lost in the Supermarket
I recently finished up a project for the UCSF schools of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Biophysics PhD programs. I have a vague understanding of the work they are doing, just enough to have a rudimentary conversation about the research. Lucky for me, that is enough to get them excited and talking about their research […]
In the middle of Segovia, Spain is this aqueduct. It is seven stories tall, was made in the 1st Century of the Common Era, and somehow has survived remarkably intact. I am still in awe of the city of Segovia just looking at the photos. This set does not even include the castle (which was […]
Yes, that is a baby goat on top of a woman trying to do yoga. I am not really sure how much actual yoga happens at these sessions sponsored by City Grazing but the goats seem to enjoy walking over the people, eating their hair, clothing and whatever else they can get their teeth around. […]
Sometimes the photos I get to take can surprise me. I had shoot at one of the top, and unfinished floors of the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco. It will be the tallest building in San Francisco and only topped by a new tower in Los Angeles, and can be seen from all over the […]
This dog sure caught my attention, his owner (or guardian if you prefer) put the doll hands on his collar. You, know, because he could, I suppose. A lot of people were interested in the baby doll collar, I told the guy he had a potential business plan and should go on Shark Tank or […]
Part one of the animated shot I co-produced with Donnell Alexander a while ago.
Thought I would share an animated short I co-produced with Donnell Alexander a while back. Enjoy….
I WW “If you can’t fix it with duct tape and a hammer – pound it into place and tape it down – it is not worth fixing” Randy the maintain guy at the ice rink I worked at once upon a time. The photos of the cranes are from the Mission Bay area of […]
I picked up one of the random books I have around the apartment, opened it to a random page and found a listing of oddly specific job titles in foreign languages. The book “The Meaning of Tango, and Other Extraordinary Words from Around the World” by Adam Jacot de Boinod, is a listing of various […]