Last month I photographed Michael Lanz, who was such a fabulous person to photograph and really brought his personality out in the shoot, at San Francisco's Google location. Here's a web clip of the magazine.
I recently spent the afternoon with Rhiju Das, an assistant professor of biochemistry at Stanford University, and his team investigating RNA strands, the tiny molecules essential to life and central in the hunt for cures to diseases like cancer and AIDS. He is the co-creator of EteRNA, an online video game in which players solve puzzles that would behave in nature. Sounds complicated, and I totally do not get the whole thing but it's fascinating nonetheless. The game enables players to publish their findings in a scientific journal. The best part is that you don't have to have a background in the sciences to help solve these riddles which could lead to major medical breakthroughs.
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See slideshow below for the inner workings of EteRNA.
Here's a recent webclip and outtakes of a shoot I did in San Francisco for this July's issue of Inc Magazine. The image ran about a half of a page in the magazine, but since I'll be on the road for the next couple weeks, Im posting this web clip.
I recieved a call to photograph three of the top 30 under 30 entreprenuers, for a smartphone app they've created called, Foodspotting, as they ate their way through 18th St in the Mission. It was there I had my first taste of Bi-Rite Creamery's salted caramel and toasted coconut ice cream deliciousness. From there, I photographed them photographing tarts and cappucinos at Tartine Bakery, pizzas and pasta at Deflinas as they sampled their way with iphones.
I'm very excited to share my new wedding photography website with you. Please visit! I would love to hear your thoughts. I've structured the galleries unconventionally, without categories. I wanted to create it by color as best as possible to establish a feeling rather then sectioning off the pictures. I also didn't want to create separate wedding stories because I really just want the photography to speak for itself. But that may change!