Saturday, July 25, 2009

The End of a Busy Week

I'm grateful for all the work that came in this week, but I'm glad it's over. A long, busy week is finished and I can take a little break from the action. One of the events I photographed was at Annandale Golf Club in Pasadena. It was outdoors and it was hot! But as the sun went down, it cooled off nicely and this shot really captured the mood of the evening.

Thursday, July 16, 2009


I'm working on a series of images for a local hospital that will tell stories about lives that have been saved by skilled medical staff and emergency procedures. This image of Tom (which I shot against the garage at his home) is not the one chosen for the ad, but I think it fit the mood of the story. Tom had a heart attack in the stands at a football game. Paramedics treated him at the scene and rushed him to the hospital, where a cardiologist was able to open the blocked artery and save Tom's life. Pretty intense. It makes me wonder. . .are you appreciating every moment of your life?

Friday, July 10, 2009

Catholic Schools

I recently photographed two very large Catholic high schools in south Orange County for their websites. They both have beautiful sprawling campuses and have pumped a lot of money into new additions. One of them spent $110 million dollars on a brand new athletic facility!

Friday, July 03, 2009


We went to the Dodgers-Rockies game on Monday and Andre Ethier hit a 13th inning home run to win it for the Dodgers. It was one of those perfect nights for a baseball game in L.A. My sons even managed to get themselves on the giant video screen! Of course, like typical L.A. fans, we left early (after 11 innings) and missed the game winning hit. Here's a couple of shots I took from the first row of the reserve level. I've always liked the way the infield is groomed by the grounds crew. Pretty cool.