"I don't think it'll ever end," said Linda Brown about her toy duck collection.
Fortunately the clouds parted and we got some great light before things went grey again. The seagulls even worked with us!
I spent a few minutes in the rain last week with Enid Baxter Blader. She is an Assistant Professor of Digital Video at CSU-Monterey Bay and is working on a project documenting Fort Ord, the old Army base where the school is now located.
He was willing enough to let me get a photo of him with his bass in the woods outside his office.
I remember grabbing my things at the airport, seeing this guy and needing to take his picture.
The first two portraits are of Rahman Al-Kaabi juggling at a house where he has found refuge in Carmel, Calif. Al-Kaabi was an actor and a clown in Iraq with a troupe whose performances angered certain factions to the point that members of his group were murdered. The third portrait is of Pacific Grove Police [...]
The Crush is on! I shot some stuff at River Run Winery and a few other small wineries. Will post some more soon. I love this time of year!
Some serious hang time has passed since I got the notion to put any new work up here. Over the past few months my work has been light to steady to heavy and I have shot a wild variety of things. From a traditional Jewish wedding to a traditional Catholic wedding. From skateboarders [...]
I produced a group of slideshows showcasing the wines of the Dierberg Winery in Santa Ynez Valley in Santa Barbara County, California.
Built in 1889, the barn housed the cows that produced the first batches of Monterey Jack cheese.