Filtering by Category: Photography
Some reference photos I took tonight of the intersection near our apartment. I'm preparing to begin a painting of the laundromat. I really like the juxtaposition of the darkness, the traffic lights, and the interior flourescents. These images remind me of Hopper's Nighthawks.
While working at the Oakland Museum of California I encountered the work of Bob Walker, an environmentalist who's work in preserving the natural beauty of California eventually lead him to become the offical photographer of the East Bay Regional Park District. He passed away in 1992, but the size and scope of the EBRPD is a testament to his photography and activism.
Ben and I are trying to visit a regional (or state) park each weekend. I'm documenting our hikes through photography and will be uploading new photographs on a weekly basis.
Bob Walker called the afternoon hour at which he took some of his best photos the Magic Hour. This particular time of day allowed Walker to take advantage of the shadows and contrasting light created by the sunset. Below is a set of my photographs taken at the Magic Hour.
Ben and I just returned from a week on the Mexican Riviera. A short flight, but a world away.
We had a series of adventures up and down the coast, including surfing lessons in the tiny beach town of Sayulita, cracking fresh lobster using a tin plate and a plastic table in Yelapa - a beach accessible only by boat - and placing bets on whether some pairs were father/daughter duos or romantically entwined...
Here is a sampler of photos from our time in Mexico. I've included more in the Photography section of this site. Enjoy!