The gallery is growing. Check it out.
|Just realized I included this image in a recent newsletter but never posted here. It's part of an ongoing project I've been working on for Metro, photographing the new canopies at Red Line stations. (Photo appears courtesy of Metro)|
|I've been an enthused fan of the Noah's Ark exhibition at the Skirball Cultural Center since it opened about six years ago, and was thrilled this past fall when I had the opportunity to photograph the ark's most recent arrivals—a family of mountain gorillas—for this street banner. As with many of the evocative creatures in the interactive Noah's Ark space, the gorillas were the handiwork of Chris Green and his team. Working with artists like Chris, and the dedicated Skirball staff, is precisely what makes my work not at all work.|
|Birders talk about "backyard counts," different species they've spotted outside their houses. I'm officially starting a Living Room Count (though I'm not going to bother counting; I just enjoy looking). In addition to the highly entertaining cedar waxwings I've photographed in the past from inside our PicFair Village living room, today I spotted and got a snapshot of a group of these little (goldfinches?) perched on the rosemary immediately outside our front door. We live in the heart of Los Angeles, yet the variety of wildlife visible from inside our home is incredible. I love this city.|