Monthly Archives: September 2015

State of the Art

On Tuesday, October 6th, I’ll be participating in a panel discussion in San Francisco titled “State of the Art”, on the topic of Architectural Photography. Details below, but if you’re in the Bay Area it might be worth checking out. First, the other panelists are pretty awesome: Tim Griffith, Emily Hagopian, & David Duncan Livingston.

Second, the venue itself is the San Francisco AIA offices, which are pretty cool on their own merit.

When: Tuesday, October 6th, 2015, 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Where: 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600, San Francisco

And here’s a link to the registration site.

See you there!

Ask Me Anything! But not ’til Friday


Tune in Friday, September 25th, at Noon Pacific time and Ask Me Anything you want to know about architectural photography, interiors photography, and anything else you want to know. The only thing that’s NOT on the agenda is my recipe for buttermilk pancakes, which I’m taking to the grave with me.

See you there!

Piedmont Traditional by Koch Neve Design


Almost a year ago I shot this sweet traditional residence in Piedmont California with Jeffrey Neve and Elaine Koch of Koch Neve Design. And we were pleased to be selected for the cover (and 4-page feature opening with a double-truck) of the August-September issue of Gentry Magazine.
Here’s the full set of photos:

And a couple of BTS shots, including the cover shot, which despite it’s “simple” appearance was hella-involved!:



In Front of the Scenes Episode 1