Category Archives: Photography

Airship Adventure


My various jobs have taken me to a lot of cool places. LivePlanet sent me to Sundance for three days. Razorfish sent me to Las Vegas two nights.  23andMe,  sent me to the skies, for a slow ride 1000 feet in the air above Silicon valley upon Airship Ventures 23andMe branded zepplin. How cool! My favorite part  about the whole thing is that the windows actually open and you can stick your head (or your camera) out. Thanks 23andMe!

Living Room Timeline

Living room in my Venice, CA condo while living there (July 2007)

My living room before I moved to SF

Living room in my Venice, CA condo staged for sale (April 2009)

My living room staged for sale

Living room in my San Francisco, CA rental apartment (September 2008)


Urban Timeline

July 2007

Gorgeous Dilapidation

July 2008

Building Redux

Nature’s Timeline

The Getty Center in Los Angeles  is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. Here are two shots of the same scene looking out over the gardens at different times of the year.

April 2009

Getty lawn

July 2006


Holey Soles

I love this pic of Barak Obama (I wish I knew who to give the photo credit to!) It reminded me of another famous democratic presidential candidate, Adlai Stevenson, who said, “all progress has resulted from people who took unpopular positions.” Stevenson ran against Eisenhower unsuccessfully in 1952 and 1956. He was Governor of Illinois for one term, and also UN Ambassador from 1961 to 1965.

These are the shoes of a hardworking man, pounding the pavement, tirelessly delivering his message, in it to win it. No time to worry about such details, when you will soon be tasked with fixing an unprecedented global recession. While the majority  of consumers and corporations are scaling back and ‘making-do’, those holey soles worn by the democratic presidential candidate are a glaring contrast to Palin’s $150,000 new wardrobe, paid for with campaign funds.

Did you watch Obama’s infomercial last night? This morning, the Hollywood Reporter suggested that, “if Barack Obama fails to win the election, perhaps the networks should hire him to entertain viewers on Wednesday nights.” If he loses (god help us) the networks can buy him a new pair of shoes.