These are my brothers. We hang out. We have a good time. We look alike. Our favorite pastime is sending awkwardly close-up selfies to each other in group texts. The one on the left is older. The one on the right is younger. I’m the oldest. The youngest just turned 21. So they came to […]Read More O Brother, Where Art Thou?
I think it’s the 79th anniversary of Golden Gate Bridge. Happy birthday, dude. You rock. Keep on going. This used to be my view every. Single. Day. I miss it. It probably still could be my view, if I didn’t mind paying an arm, a leg, and my firstborn (and possibly my second) in order […]Read More Climbing a Mountain (Figuratively)
Last month, Chris and I went flew in to Tucson, Arizona to shoot my cousin’s family portraits. Landing early Friday afternoon before my cousin and his wife had gotten off work, we tried to go to Kartchner Caverns to explore and see cool caves. Unfortunately, I forgot to make advance reservations for tickets, and they […]Read More Biosphere 2
Arizona is a fascinating location. Saguaros run rampant, and people wander in full cowboy gear. Like, that’s their normal outfits! Whaaat . . . ! Needless to say, I was extremely excited. We flew in to Tucson, Arizona over President’s Day Weekend to shoot my cousin’s family portraits. I’m still editing them, but I figured […]Read More Preview: BioSphere 2 in Tucson, Arizona
There was great internal debate as to whether I would post about this online. I’m not wont to share much of my personal life online, especially in highly exposed fora of arenas such as Facebook. (I won’t go into it too much here, but I’m highly averse to the voyeuristic nature of Facebook and other […]Read More Rings and Things
How does one enjoy a free trip home in late-October courtesy of a work trip to the nation’s capital? Go for a hike with the parentals and shoot lots of photos of the East Coast in all its fall glory, of course! And what a glorious day it was. The sky was blue, the waters […]Read More Trailing Into Autumn: Sauntering along the Billy Goat Trail
We went stargazing last night and saw a few shooting stars from the annual Perseid meteor shower, and while we only saw a couple meteors, it was fun traipsing around the back hills of Berkeley and other parts of the East Bay (alas, Tilden Park was a bust– too much fog) in search of a […]Read More Star gazing