Monday, October 30, 2006

Shut Out

My 7 year old son Robby and I took a drive to San Diego yesterday, hoping to buy some cheap tickets for the Rams game against the Chargers. (My wife, and my other son Michael decided to stay home. . ."it's too far"). This would have been Robby's first pro football game and he was pretty excited about it. (My dad had taken me to my first Rams' game when I was nine years old.) We walked around the stadium for over an hour, trying to find someone willing to sell a couple of tickets for a reasonable price. The ticket office still had some single seats available, but they were $185 each! Robby took the photograph here of the ticket windows, and it pretty much sums up our quest for tickets. Robby was a trooper, and we made the effort, but didn't get in to see the game. Maybe it wasn't such a bad thing, since the Rams were routed, 38-24.

Sunday, October 22, 2006


Cal Poly Pomona has a great Pumpkin Festival for one weekend each year. The festival raises funds for the College of Agriculture clubs and is one of the most popular events on campus. Admission is free and most pumpkins are only $4 - but it ends today. If you miss it, be sure to mark your calendar for next year.

Friday, October 20, 2006


It was a pleasure working with a model/dancer recently who was one of the Silhouette Models in the original iPod ad campaign. She's got very cool features and has a really versatile look that will allow her to model different styles successfully.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006


I had the opportunity over the weekend to photograph a pretty actress named Dara. We had a fun photo shoot at the L.A. Equestrian Center. Dara is originally from Missouri and is trying to establish her acting career here. Her makeup was done by another talented artist, Nancy Acosta.