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Sweetwater Spectrum

Oct 16, 2013

Sweetwater Spectrum

Sweetwater Spectrum, a group home for autistic adults in Sonoma, features modern architecture, communal living, a farm and a pool. New York Times story and more photos here.

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Seth Rogen for Guardian Weekend

Jun 27, 2013

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Seth Rogen cover

A long drive to LA for a quick shoot in a stuffy hotel room. Always enjoy the assignments the Guardian Weekend magazine throws me and love what they they do with the images in the layout. His latest movie is about the apocalypse, the next project about North Korea. Sounds like a sequel to me. Here’s an outtake -

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Prerna Gupta

Jun 26, 2013

This one just showed up in my mailbox – Prerna Gupta for Fast Company.

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Rocking the Rothko No. 14

Jun 26, 2013

It pulls you in with its size and colors and then grabs you from the inside, gently like the arms of a snake handler. Probably one of the most popular pieces in the collection of the SFMOMA, Rothko’s No. 14. It’s hard not to stop and immerse yourself in the piece and as much as I love the painting I find it quite enjoyable watching the observers seemingly transported into a state of calm.  The museum is undergoing a major renovation and shuts down for a couple of years. Luckily you can still catch a glimpse of No. 14 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, starting Friday. Here’s a story for San Francisco magazine about the SFMOMA packing up and entering a phase of expansion.

Moving Rothko's No. 14 at the SFMOMA

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American Photography 29

Jun 25, 2013

Proud to have one of my images chosen for American Photography 29. Of all the photo competitions out there this one always manages to collect an interesting range from commercial, journalistic to fine art images. Lots of great work up on their website.

American Photography 29 screenshot

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Leo Villareal – The Bay Lights

Apr 9, 2013

Leo Villareal, Bay LightsWhen in San Francisco… go see the Bay Lights that illuminate the eastern span of the BayBridge. A light sculpture created with 25,000 LED lights by artist Leo Villareal, it’s an amazing display of patterns inspired by their environment that don’t repeat themselves. For the Wall Street Journal.

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Mark Pincus of Zynga for New York Times magazine

Apr 7, 2013

Mark Pincus, the one that’s responsible for all those Farmville invites, photographed at the Zynga headquarters in San Francisco for the Talk section of New York Times magazine.

Mark Pincus

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Vendela Vida

Feb 28, 2013

Believer magazine, which is a fine publication I enjoy reading, has its 10 year anniversary coming up. Author Vendela Vida is one of the editors and here is an outtake from a portrait session for the Wall Street Journal.

Author Vendela Vida in San Francisco

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RolePoint for Entrepeneur

Feb 7, 2013

RolePoint

The sharp looking founders of RolePoint made their way from England to a rooftop in San Francisco. The recruitment startup recently finished a program with local incubator AngelPad, their story here.

 

 

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art photo index

Jan 17, 2013

art-photo-indexPhoto Eye just launched their Art Photo Index, a portal for art and documentary photographers from around the globe. Lots of great work to view on the site and I’m happy to be included. Give it a spin!

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PC Battles

Jan 17, 2013

A series of portraits I’ve shot for Symantec promoting their antivirus software on a minisite. Click through to see our very lively and expressive talent. Designed and animated by the fine folks at Fine Design.be-friends-with-your-pc

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Michael Chabon

Oct 9, 2012

Outtake from a recent shoot for the Wall Street Journal. Author Michael Chabon at his home in Oakland.

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Mayor Jean Quan of Oakland

Oct 9, 2012

The controversial mayor of Oakland, photographed for The Talk section of San Francisco magazine.

Jean Quan

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Sebastian Thrun for Huffington

Aug 21, 2012

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Sebastian Thrun has a creative mind that likes to change things to benefit many people. His latest project is the free online university Udacity. He’s been involved in many projects involving robotics and artificial intelligence, one of them Google’s self-driving car. Photographed for Huffington, a free weekly Ipad magazine that’s very slick looking and worth a read.

Sebastian Thrun with Google's self-driving carSebastian Thrun tennis ball robot

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Dance of form and chaos

Aug 21, 2012

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