Last month I got to work at two weddings in the Bay Area with the best caterers. My main job once dinner rolled around was serving tables, but before that time, I was asked to photograph appetizers and as many other dishes as possible. I felt super honored to be asked to do that, and prayed for good lighting and good photos :) In the end, I was pleased and Gemma & Murray were pleased, plus I had a ton of fun.
P.S. Those Mango Panna Cottas pictured above? Sometimes I dream about them. Continue reading →
I’ll go ahead and finish posting the photos I took on my camera at Berkeley yesterday. Just a few scattered scenes. South Hall, the Campanile, roses at the base of the Campanile, etc. Continue reading →
Yesterday was super great. In the morning, I got to meet up with my friend Natasha for coffee and photos. Then in the afternoon, Micah and I headed into the city for a handful of hours.
I have lots of photos to edit and post, but wanted to start with a few scenes from one of the prettiest buildings at Berkeley- Hearst Memorial Mining. All of them were taken on my “real” camera (read: not iPhone), which I lugged around all day and figured I might as well use :) Continue reading →
Date: April 4, 2015
Time: Approx. 4:30pm
These 7 shots are from what was definitely the shortest photo adventure Meegan and I have ever gone on. We parked in two different locations downtown on our way home from Starbucks and had like 30 minutes tops to spend taking photos. Continue reading →
Two Saturdays ago Meegan and I ventured out of town for the whole day and went to an art museum. I refer to actions such as this as “sanity management,” or those things you do in order to maintain or restore your mental faculties. It’s nice to have a friend who also occasionally feels the need to get out of this town and see something new and different.
Anyways, we were both visiting this particular museum for the first time, and we loved it. Continue reading →
Yesterday I convinced my brother to go play tennis with me because it was such a beautiful day and I’ve been dying for a chance to play. The public court we use gets full sun, and I found myself admiring the dramatic shadows as we played. So when we finished up I grabbed my iPhone and took a few snapshots. Continue reading →
Do you ever buy something strictly based on how it’s packaged? A book because of its cover, a candle because of its jar, or chocolate because of its wrapper?
While I didn’t purchase this chocolate only because it has the prettiest packaging in all of the land (the logo! the patterns! the colors!), I will readily say that that factor played a big part in the final decision.