Lately

More….please!

More rain….please!

Posted on January 11th, 2016

Departure

Adventure ahead, stay tuned!

Adventure ahead, stay tuned!

Posted on January 3rd, 2016

Happy Birthday!

Alice the birthday woman! From 1987 Malaysia to 2015 Santa Cruz you're the best! Love!

Alice the birthday woman! From 1987 Malaysia to 2015 Santa Cruz you’re the best! Love!

Posted on December 7th, 2015

A Way of Seeing

I received email last week that after 33 years The Holga camera factory was shutting down! I stared at the screen in disbelief and quickly ordered a few backupsfrom Freestyle Photographic Supplies. This is one of my early Holga photos circa 1992. Pictured is Crissy Field in San Francisco before it was transformed.

I received email last week that after 33 years, the Holga camera factory was shutting down. I stared at the screen in disbelief for a few seconds and quickly ordered a number of backups from Freestyle Photographic Supplies. This is one of my early Holga photos, circa 1992. Pictured is Crissy Field in San Francisco before it was transformed into a gorgeous park. Adios Holga! It’s sad to see you go!

 

Posted on December 1st, 2015

Autumn

Rural Vermont basketball court on a chilly fall day.

Rural Vermont basketball court on a chilly fall day. A scanned, handcolored Holga print.

Posted on November 8th, 2015

The Birds

Birds always gather at they spot.

Tri-X and a Holga! Yesterday morning at Pigeon Point!

Posted on October 29th, 2015

Ice Cream

Pacific Beach, CA

Pacific Beach, CA. Made on film, developed and hand printed in my darkroom, sepia toned and hand colored. Old school!

Posted on October 26th, 2015

Pattern Recognition

Version #1

Version #1

Version #2 (with thanks to William Gibson for the blog title).

Version #2 (with thanks to William Gibson for the blog title).

Posted on October 24th, 2015

Abstract

Something a little different. I was looking through my photos and came across these two. They were made almost a month apart. One was made in an urban area the other far from any city.

Something a little different. I was looking through my recent photos and came across these two. One was made in an urban area, the other far from any city.

The similarities in tonality are what caught my eye.

The similarities in texture and tonality are what caught my eye.

Posted on October 21st, 2015

Surf Site Tin Type

If you're interested in portraiture, old photographic processes and surfing Joni Sternbach's "Surf Site Tin Type" is the book for you. Great portraits of surfers young, old, famous and not so famous. Each photo has it's own unique characteristics. It's a classic book, dwell worth having on your bookshelf!

If you’re interested in portraiture, old photographic processes and surfing, Joni Sternbach’s “Surf Site Tin Type” is the book for you. Great portraits of surfers young, old, famous and not so famous. Like each surfer, each tin type photo has it’s own unique characteristics. It’s a classic book, dwell worth having on your bookshelf!

Posted on October 19th, 2015

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