Bay Area Portrait Photography

One of the rewards of photography is the opportunity to capture people at different stages of life—from graduating seniors to business professionals—and visit gorgeous locations, like Yosemite, and photograph the world’s most iconic rock formation at different times of the day. Please enjoy! Bay Area senior portraits VIEW MORE VIEW MORE Landscape photography VIEW MORE Bay Area corporate headshots Contact me for kids, teens, couples,…

One Lens, Many Styles

Many photographers specialize in one style of photography. They often zero in on portrait, family, street, or landscape photography. I’m a dabbler at heart, always have been, except my dabbling is fairly serious, because I want to be really good at whatever interests me. Here are some examples of photography styles I’ve been exploring lately. Hope you enjoy!  Corporate headshots Creative portraits Families Landscapes Contact me…

Northbound

If you drive HWY 5—either north or south—you may pass by the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge, sandwiched between Willows and Williams, just north of the 505 exchange. I’ve driven by it countless times over the years before finally poking my nose in there last October to explore. I heard beautiful birdsong and saw splendid things—and communed with a solitary tree for a half hour….

Yosemite National Park

In the shadow of the valley of light, words evaporate like mist.A claw and crag, a solitary tree, the changing moods of El Capitan and Half Dome—Beyond the reach of words, these scenes are a pang in the throat and chest. Thank goodness for landscape photography! Claw and Crag Tree. Falls. El Capitan: Three moods in two days Half Dome: Handheld at high ISO…

Limekiln State Park

Paige and I are back from our first father-daughter camping trip. We went to Limekiln State Park south of Big Sur on HWY 1. Paige is effervescent and highly talkative. I learned A LOT. I learned that in her next life, she wants to be a four-leaf clover, because she wants to bring good luck to people. Either that, or a squirrel, because they’re…