This might be the smallest store in all of San Francisco. The Juice Shop on Union St is basically big enough for one person to work in at one time.
Fire hydrant Sutter St. San Francisco
Over the next year I will be posting a new photo every week. These photos will be new ideas and expressions I want to explore. The photo I’m posting today is from last week actually so come back later this week for a new photo.
Construction worker San Francisco
I think this was one of the last photos I took with my 4×5 Speed Graphic camera. I’ve been exposed to a lot of really great photographers that still use film lately and they are making me want to use my old camera again. I think I used one hot lamp and a lot of natural sunlight to make this shot. I really like the result.
I shot this photo in my awesome old kitchen I had when I lived in Burbank. The apartment was cold in the winter and unbearably hot in the summer. As much as the weather sucked various cute gals from around Southern California would show up we’d make awesome photos. Here is one of those awesome photos of Miss Josie Bunnie.
Here a shot I did of the wonderful Scarlett Noel. I shot with her a few times when I was living in Southern California and each time we had a blast. When we shot this photo I was using hot lamps and one of them had an awesome red gel to add a cool accent love.
Here is a pic I did of Lady Olivia Outre’ a few years back. She is an awesome Dominatrix working in the LA area and has been featured in and directed numerous BDSM movies. We shot a lot of great shots but this is by far my favorite, I love the lighting and her back tattoo.
I’ll be in this cool erotic art show in San Francisco in February
Have a look at there website for details
http://www.eroticartevents.com (NSFW). Show up, it’ll be fun.
Here’s a shot I did of the awesome local Hip Hop artist Sara Hines aka $hine$fre$h. She showed up with these sweet looking sunglasses and sexy bikini and we just started to create. This girl drips with style and I wanted to create images that brought that out.
When I lived in Burbank my apartment had this really cool kitchen. It was super hot during the spring and summer and cold in the winter. Crickets would run around it at night, they were easy prey for my cat. I loved photographing pretty women in that, it had so much character. I shot this photo of model All the way Mae (I know her real name, you don’t).