Category Archives: Photojournalism

The New Candlelight

As I walked past the darkened living room last night, I noticed my daughter sitting on the sofa, lit only by the screen of her laptop.  Grabbed my camera because there was something there in that image that I felt … Continue reading

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Occupy Best Buy

Last night there was already a line up of people waiting to get into Best Buy for Black Friday!  Can you believe that these people are planning to spend their Thanksgiving in a tent outside of Best Buy?!?!

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Occupy LA

  This was the scene at City Hall today.  

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I Got Lei’d at My Exhibit

My friend, Robyn, drove with her husband, up from Torrance to my Artist’s Reception at the No Roses Gallery in Sherman Oaks.  I am wearing the beautiful lei that she made for me!  Awesome!

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Beer Tasting at Whole Foods

The other day, Carol, Garrett and I decided to meet for a beer at the Whole Foods in Tarzana.  To our delight, there was a menu board listing the beers available for tasting.  We each chose four and they arrived … Continue reading

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Glass Blower with Torch

Another photo from yesterday’s visit to the glass studio.  This is Ali. What a treat to watch these guys work!

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Glass Blowing

Visted my friend, Pyro, in his glass studio today.  This is one of the shots I took.

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New Series on Men and Design

I was asked to take photos during an interview with Doug Spearman for a series by Paul Sheargold on men and their spaces with regards to interior design.  Doug’s home is painted in very bold colors – a feast for … Continue reading

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This is why the phones were out.

The roots of this tree were dead and so the tree ended up collapsing over, into the street, and taking out a telephone pole on the way.  Fortunately, no one was hurt.  The phone wires got wrapped around the other … Continue reading

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This is Jane.

This is Jane.  She is a regular customer at our restaurant and she is a quadraplegic.  She can’t talk either, but she comes in by herself almost every Saturday.  Most of the time she gets a double bacon cheeseburger, fries, … Continue reading

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