Checking out the view from our friends' new apartment
I recently forced my husband to have a date night and share some $1 oysters at a local restaurant. The view from their back patio may not be what most associate with San Francisco, but by now it feels like home.
I love a low-key environmental shoot and Bernal Hill is one of my favorites spots in the city. So these two things coming together for a recent portrait shoot was an ideal combination. Here are a few of my favorites from my walk with Mac around the hill.
I've been going deep into my archives lately to add a travel section to my website and came across some shots from a favorite experience from what seems like a past life.
In 2010, I was living in New York and made a birthday trip with a friend to the Met to see Big Bambú by Doug and Mike Starn. Seven years later, it still stands out as one of the most impactful and joyful pieces of art I've ever experienced.
The brothers commissioned rock climbers to help install and lash-together the 100 foot long rooftop sculpture made entirely of American-grown bamboo. Visitors were able to climb around paths and stairs and if any part of you enjoyed forts, treehouses, or unique viewpoints, it would have been hard not to be charmed by this beautifully chaotic piece.
Tricia was kind enough to participate in a personal project I've been working on, which involved a very different type of shot. But while rearranging her space to set up for that one, I couldn't help grab a portrait of this stunning woman in her perfectly lit home.