My latest photo essay for The Bold Italic is on the San Francisco artists leading the handmade revolution on Etsy. They let me into their studios, shared their secrets for success and told me where they find inspiration.
I promise this was not staged. This little starlet puggle insisted on two things — getting equal time in front of the camera and finding a soft spot to take a nap. Fortunately, we were able to distract him with some kibble when it came time for portraits.
A rainy day family shoot in the studio with lots of lovely purple.
Check out my photo essay on the Clement Street microhood at The Bold Italic, featuring local spots like Park Life, Seed Store and, see above, Toy Boat Dessert Cafe. And, yes, that double scoop of mint chip was for me.
Lickity split spring mini-sessions are back! Now through the end of April we are offering 30-minute Saturday family shoots with dual photographers snapping for $150. With up to eight different poses these sessions move fast, keeping them fun and natural. This is a great way to squeeze in a quick family session before all of our busy summer vacations begin. Please contact us for details at: http://www.honeymilkstudio.com
A fun city wedding Heather and I shot last year for Gertrude and Mabel, featured in 7x7 magazine. The bride arrived in a cable car and the ceremony was held at Old St. Mary’s next to Chinatown. See the slideshow here.
Had fun taking pictures (and falling on the ice) while taking pictures for this SFGate feature on Snoopy’s Home Ice, a skating rink housed in a reproduction of a Swiss chalet in Charles M. Schulz’s hometown of Santa Rosa.
Heather and I shot this gorgeous wedding for Gertrude and Mabel last year. Karen and Joel bucked tradition with a pre-ceremony stroll at Cavallo Point, part of the Golden Gate National Park. Visit the full gallery on the BRIDES magazine website.