While in San Francisco over the summer, I was fortunate enough to visit the Color Factory - a 12,000 square foot color immersion experience.
During a lovely evening walk on a real SF summer night (in October) we came across a group playing bike polo near Mission Dolores park.
We time traveled back from Thailand to California this week.
The terraced rice paddies set a slow rhythm to our two months living in Indonesia and were clearly an integral part of life in Bali.
The dramatization displayed 5 parts of the Hindu epic, Ramayana.
One of millions of food carts around Chiang Mai, Thailand, solidly holding its own against the golden arches.
Lessons learned during the water project.
I wanted to document the damage my 75 pound boxer boy, Maximus could do to his toys.
I would like to create images that magnify the unseen beauty and pain of the world.
This series of photos touch on the idea of sex-positivity and also the privilege that comes with even being able to utter those words.
I created a lot of internal pressure on myself to learn everyday and also to get it all right.
In preparation for a large photo project, I have been working with friends as practice models.
I'd like to eventually practice together with a mixed group of makeup artists, models, costumers and hairstylists.
I have been eyeing this gorgeous building for a while and was thrilled to find it was open on a Memorial Day.
I am getting back into my photography, finally. I am trying to make time every day to learn new methods, practice, edit or read up on the masters.
I had no idea of the high that I was going to get from seeing my photos printed large!
I look forward to seeing how photography helps me examine my society.