Allow me to introduce to you San Diego’s Premiere 80’s cover band Stay Sweet. These were taken for a website redesign. Check them out and check out the Stay Sweet site here.
Michael is a friend and fellow photographer that was a Cabrillo National Monument Artist in Residence.
Digging through my archives I found this little video I shot for Progress.
Quinton, or Q as people tend to call him, is a local artist that works with recycled materials to create functional objects. My main concern with these photos was to make them appealing while showing […]
Another fabulous day shooting for the Albert Einstein Academy. This day was a groundbreaking ceremony with our interim mayor Todd Gloria.
The beautiful thing about this job is that even a schlub like me gets to hang out with the worlds power brokers occasionally. As a fly on the wall but still – it counts for something […]
My friend Nathan and I were contracted by the Wireless Reach division of Qualcomm to create a video that adopted the current branding guidelines. This was a monumental task to say the least. We had […]
Well, it’s all over except for the funding. Actually that’s done too. Will contacted me for help on a little side project he had going called the “Eclipse Chocolate Winter 2012 Grand Expansion”. Not to […]
This was the first time I was ever in the San Diego Chamber of Commerce. I’ve been to Qualcomm several times but this was the first time I ever got the official tour. It was […]
These two shots were produced for the magazine Culinary Trends at the request of the fine folks Alchemy Restaurant. If you find yourself in San Diego try them they’re the Taro Tacos and they’re delicious.
I’ve had the pleasure of being involved as a fly on the wall in a couple Business Forward events at the Scripps Institute.
I’ve been a bit lax on this site lately so I’m making up for it now. Here are some of my favorite shots from walking around over the past year.
This is part of an ongoing series that celebrates the American Craftsmen (and women). These are the people who have struck out on their own to find their version of the american dream. I photograph […]
Here are some photos of Progress South Park from the archives.You’ll certainly see these in future adverts from them. Check them out here: progresssouthpark.com
I had the pleasure of shooting some photos of the fabulous Cabrillo National Monument for a print campaign. While in the air I couldn’t pass up a shot of the Pacific Beach Pier.
When I started the wet plate process I didn’t have a portable darkroom so I had to shoot things nearby. Well, right next door there’s a tea shop and some pretty people that work there. […]
This is Brian. He spends his days organizing a means to unite farmers with buyers. He’s quite a jovial guy but when he’s in front of the camera something happens, he clams up. So the […]
Way back in “the day”, Thursday, November 12, 2009 6-8 PM to be precise, I had the honor of being part of the High Speed Transit Forum at the request of Calvin Woo and Susan Merritt. […]
Last weekend we had some delightful young gents in the studio for a band photo. Lacking both a brick wall and train tracks we put them in front of various backdrops I had in and […]
I grew up in a small town in the middle of Iowa. In this town I watched fast food used as a means to placate screaming children – myself included. These high calorie foods are […]
For the past couple of years I’ve been working in the wet plate process, tintypes, ambrotypes, anything that I can flow collodion onto really. Anyway, here are some of the early successful attempts.
If you haven’t had one of these yet you really owe it to yourself to find them.
Currently I’m sifting through my archives and posting images that I find interesting for some reason. I hope you’ll find them interesting too.
Miss Mission Valley, Katie Pastore, was in need of some photos for online social networking (and actual in person networking for that matter). So I was more than happy to oblige. Right now she has […]
The lovely miss Marie Haddad was in need of some publicity shots for her website and print materials. I was happy to oblige. If you didn’t know she’s a piano player/songwriter/singer. But then maybe the […]
There’s this guy (I’m pretty sure his name is Spenser ) in the neighborhood who makes these amazing wire sculptures. He then hangs them on various signs, light posts, and power lines for display. I’m […]
This installation will be in the gallery until July 16th. Hurry on in as the prints are selling quickly.
These photos were taken as actor’s headshots. Now – I’m not gonna say he got the part because of me but I will say that you can catch Brian in “Into the Woods” at the […]
If you’ve ever been to the Walkabout here at the mCm Gallery then you’ve probably had one of Joanne’s red velvet cupcakes. And if you’ve ever had said cupcake you’d remember because they’re good. Damn […]
I have the honor and distinction of being the in-house photographer for Halcyon Tea. Well, not really “in house” but almost. They are our most auspicious neighbors here in South Park and what tea they […]
Nuptials abound and neither Rick Nor Hanna are immune.
Another event at the mCm Gallery. A circus sideshow with live hairstyling.
Some time ago I had the distinct pleasure of photographing treats made by one Jill O’Connor (buy one of her cookbooks, you won’t be sorry). Let me tell you that if there’s one thing I […]
Usually I don’t eat the product after I’ve photographed it – but in this case how could I not?
Here are some samples from a recent shoot with the worlds foremost expert on the Optigan Organ. It’s a delightful instriment created by a toy company (Mattel) that had moderate success and a great sound. […]