Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Moving On

Well, after four years I'm finally moving out of my house in San Francisco. Had some great times, but it's time for bigger and better things. I'm also leaving for Italy in a couple of days, so I thought that I'd do one last update before I left. Here you go.

I was hanging out at a friends house on Monday and there just happened to be a three alarm fire right down the street. We just happened to have all of our photo gear, so we grabbed it and ran over. To be perfectly honest, I've been growing more and more distant with my like for journalism. But I gotta say, this kind of spot news is pretty exhilarating. Check out the story and more photos here at Palo Alto Online.

A couple of weeks ago I did some work for my good friends, Kelly and Monica, over at Indie Mart Workshop. What the hell is workshop you ask? It's only the finest do it yourself workshop in all of SF. So says SF Weekly's "Best of San Francisco", and so says me. If I had to sum it up in my own words, it's arts and crafts...with beer. Here are key words off of their events calendar: Screen printing for newbies, glass jar terrariums, Heavy metal aerobics, rock and roll sewing, and finally, Sunday hangover mixology: mastering the bloody mary. Sounds like a damn good time to me. They have their third annual street fair coming up NEXT week on the sixth. The cities best local vendors will be selling all sorts of swag ranging from retro t-shirts to presidential buttons. Check out their website here, Workshop SF. Here is a taste of what you are sure to find at the street fair!

Lately I've been playing with light painting a little bit. Good times.

And finally, my first attempt with a lens baby. Tricky little bugger.

That's all for now. Next time you hear from me I'll be in beautiful Italia. Ci vediamo.

And as always...From cameras with love.


1 comment:

  1. gabrielle RobinsonJune 2, 2010 at 10:55 AM

    LOVE LOVE LOVE these pictures. The fire was incredible, you really captured some amazing things. Cant wait to see what you bring home from Italy. I wish you good Luck, many adventures, and speed with your camera. XO