As Bay Area restaurants started to re-open for delivery service last year, I had the idea to work with local restaurants to capture new food imagery that was more relevant to the pandemic
I am still me. It feels weird to say that. Or rather, it feels weird to have doubted that. But I guess that's what this past year has been: doubts about assumptions that
"To me, the sounds of a wok are very… very homey? They may or may not be pleasant, objectively… But the sound of, like, when the steel hits steel? Like, when you're moving
Sometimes gear matters. My photographic journey started off with a point-and-shoot camera, about 16 years ago, and has since been powered predominantly by some combination of DSLRs and (more recently) mirrorless cameras. As
Baby, it's cold outside. Well, chilly, at least. So what are you gonna do about it? One of the most human ways to deal with the elements is to find food and shelter.