Storytelling Photography

Week 20- 365

Ahh...life. It's so full twist and turns and ebbs and flows.  The last few weeks have been full of wonderful new happenings- an exciting new job opportunity in my field of public health, a renewed commitment to a 5:30am workout routine that also necessitates an early bedtime (no more late night editing sessions), and lots of fun family fun marking the start of summer. It's been a great few weeks, but busy as all get out. As a result, I've fallen a bit behind on the daily posting of my 365. And because it would take a bit of effort at this point to post all the pictures individually, I've decided to post weekly instead of daily. So here it is: my first weekly 365 post.  

129/365: "Mom, while you're making breakfast, I'm going to make a book."

129/365: "Mom, while you're making breakfast, I'm going to make a book."

130/365: Hittin' the deck.

130/365: Hittin' the deck.

131/365: Spying.

131/365: Spying.

132/365: In transition.

132/365: In transition.

132/365: Business lunch.

132/365: Business lunch.

133/365: Finding new obsessions.

133/365: Finding new obsessions.

134/365: If there is a heart to be found, this one will find it.

134/365: If there is a heart to be found, this one will find it.

Oakland/San Francisco Event Photographer- Rocky Graham Park Groundbreaking

I recently had the honor and privilege to photograph the Groundbreaking Ceremony the George  "Rocky" Graham Park in Marin City, Ca.

This Summer In Pictures- Monterey Bay Vacation (Part 1)

As parents who work outside the home, it's always a special treat to have the opportunity to spend extended amounts of time with our children.

A Summer Morning- Dracena Park, Piedmont CA

A Summer Morning- Dracena Park, Piedmont CA

We are a park-going kinda family.  We are also creatures of habit.  So, we generally frequent the same park every weekend.

this week in pictures 07.10.14

I make at least one image everyday, sometimes hundreds. It's rare that I share them.  I want to change that (at least a bit). Beginning this week, I am going to share my favorite images from the previous week. Most of them will likely be of my family.  Others will be of my environment- my street, my community, the things that provide me nourishment, and even the things that cause me pain. You'll likely see it all. I invite you to take this journey with me.  Here are my first set of images.  P.S I am playing a bit of catch-up from the previous month, so some of the photos you'll see if the first few posts will be a mix of this week and couple weeks ago.