Let’s be serious here, school is back in session but summer isn’t over yet!
I just LOOOOOVE that twilight time of day.
Hear how I got my start as a photographer and how I’ve shaped my brand and style over my career. Thank you @alexgagnephoto for the interview and podcast! Check it out on iTunes with the link in my bio!
Zoom zoom. Another lovely Bay Area afternoon.
It was pretty hard to resist not taking photos of these two as they played rock and blues tunes inside a window display at an antiques store on my street. • Fun fact: they both played with John Lee Hooker back in the 70s. Just google Paul Woods. 😎😎😎
I met this amazing dad the other day while I was surfing. In the 20 years I’ve been in the water I seen plenty of parents take their kids out but never seen a duo quite as cool as these two! She hung around his neck the whole time!
Sometimes the best thing to do is to just hang on. #patience #dailypractice #selfdiscipline
Sometimes you just don’t wanna go down the slide no matter what they tell ya. #kidproblems
NOLA style. See story for more photos! ⤴️
On any given Sunday in the city of New Orleans, local social and benevolent clubs host “second lines” parades that bump, groove and dance through the neighborhoods. It was hands down my favorite experience in NOLA.
Always amazed by nature’s clichés.
Small, medium, and large. All a beach landscape needs.
I went on a @portoakland tour last month and was blown away by what we all cruise by everyday in the Bay Area. I’ve always been drawn to big industrial areas. It’s like pulling back the curtain on the magic of how we get so many things so easily.
As we sat around our backcountry campfire one of my friends mentioned they heard the smoke was as bad for us as second hand cigarette smoke. Has anyone else heard this before? We contemplated how sad that our future generations might never do this kind of thing. It seems so synonymous with camping and my childhood. But I suppose loss of nostalgia is better than lung cancer.
Hopefully this will be me by tomorrow afternoon.
Wish I was doing this instead of sitting in this East Bay HEAT!!!
At the end of the day marketing comes down to human connection. It’s not a sales pitch, nor a time to schmooz, but rather a chance to learn about others and share a bit of who you are. Thank you @apa_la and hosts @rpa_advertising and all the great reviewers who gave up their Saturdays to give back to the photo community.
This is what real work looks like. I just press a button on a black box, she has to get 23 5 year-olds to read in 10 months. #kindergartenteacher #weekendwork
I was driving along College Ave and saw this gentleman walking along and thought, he’d make a good photo. I dug his hat and jacket. Hours later I was at a coffeeshop in the same area an low and behold guess who walks by, my distinguished gentleman! Gabriel is a visiting professor at the GTU in Berkeley. Thank you sir!
If...I mean WHEN I get to go back to Paris this is really all I’d like to do there: drink wine by the Seine at sunset.
Found this little gem digging through the archives today. I just love the unpredictable nature of kids. You just never know what they might deliver to you.
It’s amazing what we are missing by only seeing 30% of this planet by being on land. #earthday2019 #keeptahoeblue
It was so sad to hear about this today. My wife and I went to Paris as a part of our honeymoon last summer and we were fortunate enough to visit this stunning piece of French history and culture.
Marshall has been the engineering the Pointe ã La Hache ferry across the Mississippi River for 20 years. With the exception of the bothersome gnats he seems to still enjoy his work.