Posing in front of the freight elevator just as it opened. Contemplating Matthew Barney’s Drawing Restraint 14. Gazing at Richard Avedon’s portraits.
My parents flew in from the east coast and we went to see Michael Tilson Thomas conduct Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 at Davies Symphony Hall as part of the Mahler 2009 Festival. This is the moment as the symphony warmed up just before MTT entered the stage. Click for a larger view. Taken with the […]
View left towards the bay from the 11th floor view at Ideacodes. Tiltshifted with TiltShift Generator for iPhone.
The San Francisco Art Commission (SFAC) and JPG Magazine have teamed up for a show called “Breakthrough: An Amateur Photography Revolution.” Every photo submitted to our Breakthrough theme will be displayed in the gallery in some fashion. Some will appear in a grid on the photo wall, some in a slideshow, and a select few […]
“Aurora borealis casting it’s glow over Seltún geothermal area in SW-Iceland.” By Helga Kvam, All Rights Reserved. Visit Helga’s flickr page to see more of her stunning photography from Iceland.
Julianne Swartz’s Bubble portraits are playful and refreshing, where the ordinary becomes ethereal. Given my own work with translucent water bubbles, I appreciated her perspective. ps – happy bday eric!
Found these camera phone pictures on my T610 taken sometime last February.
Here’s the first 7.1 megapixel photo I’ve ever taken. The first of many photos to come with my new Nikon Coolpix 7900 camera. Max and I have been using a Coolpix 4500 for the few years and it’s been great, but I wanted something more compact (the 7900 weighs 5.3 ounces and fits in my […]
Two photos of different parts of the same wall. Love the subtle details. Shot on Harrison St, SF.
I’ve always like the simplicity and functionality of bar codes. In art school, I made a series of oversized bar code prints as rough posters and had a collection of various bar codes pulled from packaging and collected in one sketchbook. So whenever I walk by this green building on Harrison during my walk to […]
North Beach is fine coffee, fresh italian cuisine, sidewalk cafes, and dreamy summer afternoons. For me, it’s also the rare personal pleasure of spending time in the same neighborhood where Jack Kerouac read and wrote poetry. I love this city.
Walking up to Telegraph Hill and saw this dreamy view of the bay. Sounds silly but I’m still struck by the palm trees, the blue sky and water, the breeze, and how Northern California it all is. Everything feels fresh with the constant Pacific and Bay winds. The sky is so blue that I don’t […]
Smaller is better. The new Mac Mini is lighter and thinner than my firewire drive.
Cop pulling over a car eleven stories down.
The Transamerica building looking south from Telegraph Hill.
View from our loft Today I turned 33. Spent the day feeling extremely grateful for everything I have in my life. There are still things I’m burning to do and specific challenges to find solutions to, but I finally find myself in a city that I call home, and reaching that particular lifelong goal has […]
Looking down at Market and 2nd St.