Here is a recent video I made about Alemany Farm, San Francisco’ s largest urban farm, a hidden gem tucked into the east side of Bernal Heights just west of Interstate 280. You might drive by it every day and never know that it’s there. It’s a 3.5 acre farm run almost entirely by volunteers and they give away all the food they grow.
It’s a great place to come learn how to grow food; you get to work with the nicest people who send you home with a bag of delicious, organic vegetables. Check out the video I made and then go get your hands dirty!
Two favorites from a recent shoot for Sonoma Brinery…
Here’s my story and photos of savory breakfasts for Delicious Living Magazine
This burger shot for Sierra Magazine is 100% meat free, and when you cut into it, it’s pink! Check it out here.
Finding delicious food is pretty easy in San Francisco, but how about affordable and delicious? This assignment took me all over town to some great new finds. The Greek frozen yogurt at Souvla’s is my new favorite. Check out the story here.
It’s alway fun to photograph the cool new products for BeHome.com
A fun shoot with Little Spoon Organic Baby Food. Check out their new website and get your baby food delivered to your door.
A few favorite photos from a recent feature for Marin Magazine… A story with recipes from local chefs. Check it out here.
Last month I got to photograph a company that manufactures precision hand cutting tools and pliers. Combining high-tech with craftsmanship, metal and fire, it was fascinating to watch the process.
I just recently finished a big catalog job for Be Home, a wholesale home product shop. They’re mission is to “introduce handmade, responsibly-produced products with a very natural and simple aesthetic to an American market.” I loved this job, because I love their products. Here’s a few favorite shots, all shot in natural light with my props. The art director is the talented Jennifer Manzano.