2013 – Looking back over the last 12 months

12-27-2013 This has been a great year, one filled with changes, growth and plenty of fun. The year started with relocating to Lincoln, California. While Lincoln is not far from Sacramento, it has a very different feel. With a population of 44,000 people, Lincoln offers a quieter and slower-paced lifestyle. Local businesses are very friendly … Continue reading 2013 – Looking back over the last 12 months

Give me three feet or give me death

  09-24-2013 Well, maybe there is no need for such drama. I took this photo five years ago as a personal assignment. I wanted to illustrate how it feels to ride a bicycle on a busy city street. The California Bicycle Coalition asked if they could use the photo as part of their campaign to … Continue reading Give me three feet or give me death

Every Month is Bike Month

05-15-2011 The month of May is officially designated as Bike Month. Several events throughout the city help raise awareness of bicycling for commuting, recreation and exercise. I am committed to find more ways to operate my photography business on two wheels. It's not just the recent rise in gas prices that motivates me; it is … Continue reading Every Month is Bike Month

Note to self: Eat First

01-14-2011 In the last few days I've had the chance to take photos at a couple of restaurants in Sacramento. The basic rule of food photography? Eat first! These photos were not the usual food-styled ad shots. These were taken of real food as it was moving from the kitchen to the tables of real … Continue reading Note to self: Eat First

The Decisive MOMA

01-05-2011 The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) is hosting an exhibition of the photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004). The exhibition is very large - it fills the entire third floor of the museum. Yesterday was free admission day, so it was well-attended. Cartier-Bresson is known as one of the early pioneers of modern … Continue reading The Decisive MOMA