2017, what a start. I’ve been doing a lot of rage baking, focusing on personal work and getting a big project off the ground.
More about that soon.
There are more wedding photos coming, but in the meantime, I spent a rainy afternoon preserving lemons. One jar of Meyer lemons from a friend’s dramatically over-productive tree, and one jar of gorgeous organic ones my neighbor dropped off the same day we harvested 20 lbs of Meyers because clearly we needed more lemons. Recipe via the maestro himself, David Lebovitz.
Some friends decided to get married at a goat farm, so I ambushed them with some wedding photos as a gift. Shot entirely with the Fuji x-pro1 (I need to upgrade to the new x-Pro2 one of these days!) 35 and 56mm lenses.
Stopped by Streatfood in San Francisco a few weeks back to see some old friends from the Mystic Midway in their new immersive show experience, turning the food truck park into a Friday evening carnival and interactive experience.
It’s been a busy spring, wedding season is starting up and I’ve been spending days out in the garden to get a break from all the computer time. A few weeks back some friends and I headed down to Pescadero to Harley Goat Farm, a small but gorgeous working dairy that offers tours of their facility and the chance to cuddle their baby goats! They have over 100 babies, they’re so cute everyone was losing their minds, myself included.
Absolutely worth the beautiful drive down, but don’t do what I did and wear nice clothes! (I held a baby goat anyway because BABY GOAT.)
Shot these with the Fuji X Pro1 35mm 1.4 and 14mm 1.2
This is one of my favorite events to photograph, the Edwardian Ball gets better (and more crowded!) every year. People really bring their full costume game to this event, it’s really a special place.
I was fortunate to work with the Mystic Midway to document their installation ‘Stories of Gold’ and here’s the result.
View the full gallery of my images from 2016 here.