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12 09, 2010

Newspaper Work

2017-10-23T22:19:28+00:00

There really is nothing quite like being a newspaper photographer with the wild variety of photographic situations you get thrown into!

Newspaper Work 2017-10-23T22:19:28+00:00
20 07, 2010

Erik and Ashleigh

2017-10-23T22:11:46+00:00

Lots of weddings! Heaps of photos to edit! Here is a favorite frame from Erik and Ashleigh's wedding on Sunday. They are lucky enough to live above Monastery Beach in Carmel, California. So we took a few photos with Point Lobos in the background.

Erik and Ashleigh 2017-10-23T22:11:46+00:00
20 07, 2010

Heather and Danny

2017-10-23T22:21:19+00:00

I shot two weddings over the the past weekend. Here is one of my favorite frames from my first look at Heather and Danny's wedding at Peachwoods in Santa Cruz on Saturday. I will post more soon.

Heather and Danny 2017-10-23T22:21:19+00:00
23 06, 2010

Surfers

2017-10-23T22:23:52+00:00

Here is another shot from my series on Monterey County surfers. Barney in his workshop in Sand City, Calif. on May 27, 2010. He shapes boards, and builds art from metal, wood and other things.

Surfers 2017-10-23T22:23:52+00:00
11 06, 2010

Upcoming Photo Show

2017-10-23T22:25:21+00:00

Photos of mine will be part of an upcoming show which opens in Sand City, California Saturday June 19th. Please come by and take a look if you are in the area. The last show opening in this space was a raging party!

Upcoming Photo Show 2017-10-23T22:25:21+00:00
3 06, 2010

fading light

2017-10-23T22:30:53+00:00

The day's fading light envelopes Heriberto Matias and classmates as they line up before Alisal High School Graduation

fading light 2017-10-23T22:30:53+00:00
30 05, 2010

Quinceñera

2017-10-23T22:33:00+00:00

I shot a few portraits for a Quinceñera party in the Custom House Plaza area over the weekend. The Custom House is California's oldest government building, constructed in 1827 for the collection of duties (taxes) on all imported goods via ship into California during Mexican rule. The buildings in the area provide a feel of [...]

Quinceñera 2017-10-23T22:33:00+00:00