COMING SOON!

Class Reunion captures a pivotal moment in San Francisco’s modern music history. The pages reveal heroic live performances and intimate backstage snapshots while the dot-com bubble was engulfing the city and disrupting its artist community. The songs of the time tell a story of city pride, and the ultimate betrayal as corporate greed consumed cultural habitats.

Souvenirs From Boston

1991 – 1999

Shot from 1991 to 1999, Souvenirs from Boston documents a decade of a city’s music, people and places at the close of the century. The images emerged from personal experiences, professional collaborations and the vast grey area in between.

Into the Shallows

Exploring forgotten remains along San Francisco’s central waterfront

Into the Shallows is a collection of images that capture the crumbling remnants along San Francisco’s central waterfront after 170 years of industrialization and decline. The photographs were shot on a path that bends from Mission Creek to Hunter’s Point. They reveal decaying monuments to humanity, as well as hopeful reminders that Mother Nature is always ready to take back what belongs to her.

COMING SOON!

Class Reunion captures a pivotal moment in San Francisco’s modern music history. The pages reveal heroic live performances and intimate backstage snapshots while the dot-com bubble was engulfing the city and disrupting its artist community. The songs of the time tell a story of city pride, and the ultimate betrayal as corporate greed consumed cultural habitats.

Souvenirs From Boston

1991 – 1999

Shot from 1991 to 1999, Souvenirs from Boston documents a decade of a city’s music, people and places at the close of the century. The images emerged from personal experiences, professional collaborations and the vast grey area in between.

Into the Shallows

Exploring forgotten remains along San Francisco’s central waterfront

Into the Shallows is a collection of images that capture the crumbling remnants along San Francisco’s central waterfront after 170 years of industrialization and decline. The photographs were shot on a path that bends from Mission Creek to Hunter’s Point. They reveal decaying monuments to humanity, as well as hopeful reminders that Mother Nature is always ready to take back what belongs to her.

Series

Friends, family, and points of personal interest shot on film and processed in a bathroom

Work

Product and promotional images created in support of marketing initiatives. Shot in both digital and 35mm formats