Category Archives: Photojournalism
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
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?!?!
This was the scene at City Hall today.
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!
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
Another photo from yesterday’s visit to the glass studio. This is Ali. What a treat to watch these guys work!
Visted my friend, Pyro, in his glass studio today. This is one of the shots I took.
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
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