February 2013 in Photography

February was a month of travel. I did a lot of train commuting from San Jose to San Francisco for rehearsals for A Kind of Sad Love Story. Without fail, I came out with a handful of photos that represented the month quite well.

All over Saturday

Variety is the spice of Life! That’s what they say, right? Well, Saturday didn’t say it, it yelled it! My morning started an Arts Expo where I got to meet a lot of interesting organizations that provide resources to educators to bring arts back into schools. We need more of this! You can’t knock on…

Flourish

To flourish. I like engaging in all manners of creative activity. It is the water to my seed, my growth factor, my balance. Last week I had the opportunity to shoot some portraits with some friends. I met Fleur through a good friend of mine, Liz (a guest blogger of mine), over a year ago…

I left my alpaca in San Francisco

“Dress in layers.” they told me when I first moved to San Francisco for college. It’s true! Well, sort of. If you’re hauling around a 15-20lb. bag for miles then the layers mean much less. Which happened to be the case, last Saturday. San Francisco’s weather continues to surprise -it went to balmy romp to…

A week in photos

I don’t know why it’s taken me this long to start a “A week in photos” series! I usually enjoy sharing photos I’ve taken with my dSLR, but if you’re with me on Twitter/Facebook, you’d notice that I like posting photos via Instagram (which took some self-convincing to do) throughout the week. Really, a lot…

Adding venture to Square Marden

Richard and I spent the day exercising our imaginations. If you don’t already know who Richard is, he’s a good friend of mine I met through an audition he posted on Craigslist. Long story short, we’ve been buds since that faithful meeting (2006). We’re currently co-founders (2 of 4) to a media production company called…

Burgers and Play

I’ve been granted some extra days off this week and decided to fill last night with a bit of town-ly adventure and theatre. I found myself happily filled with both! On the food frontier, I stumbled on Palo Alto Creamery¬†which served one of the best milkshakes I’ve ever had! Their prices were a bit steep…

Bromance in the Palace…

I linked up with Richard and Leejay after taking care of apartment related matters (oh, and making peace with my Theatre Bay Area audition). We snagged breakfast then zipped over to San Francisco. We initially planned to meet in regards to Square Marden related business but because Andrew wasn’t able to join us, we took…

Rambles.

Life is good. Do you think it’s possible to throw yourself a curve ball? How often do we surprise ourselves? I feel it’s often enough that it becomes unnoticeable and taken for granted. But once in a while an idea, whether a new discovery, or a seed planted ages ago, comes along that completely transforms…

Benchies [short film]

A short film I put together after Alana and I visited the CAS: California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. We had a great time! Just as we were leaving, Alana decides to change her roll of film allowing me a small window of time to film. Enjoy.

My San Francisco reTreat pt. I

A friend and I decided to venture into San Francisco a couple weeks to take some photography. Well, she did the photography (Canon FT series) and I took some cinematography. We had a great time, and there were plenty of minor events scattered about the city to keep us amused. Here are some of the…

My San Francisco reTreat Itinerary

I find that when I have a lot of information to write about it’s easier to just write a list of the main things I’d like to talk about. Go figure. So here’s my list! My San Francisco reTreat pt. I 1. BART Hustle 2. Noah’s Bagels 3. Homeless Man 4. Ginny + Hans Thacher…