I met Rebecca about four years ago in Connecticut and we shared an immediate connection. She’s worked really hard to get where she is today and I’m so happy for her. If it wasn’t for her, I wouldn’t be in San Francisco. She pushed me to take that leap I needed and move out here three years ago.

Rebecca and Isaac are newly engaged and I couldn’t be happier. This is my gift to you!

For the Better.

My life has been changing and I’ll admit, its changing for the better. I’ve come so far and over the past several months I have been experiencing a lot. Doing what I love for work, building strong connections with new friends and old ones, personal hardships and inspiring and new creative endeavors. I can honestly say, I feel different. I’m feeling this change and I’m excited to see where it goes but I’m going to take it one day at a time. I love being able to share what I’m experiencing with you through my words and my lens. Join me on this wonderful Sunday photowalk with friends. Enjoy.

Ratchet Kinfolk.

There has been so much amazing growth amongst my friends. It’s so wonderful to see and I’m loving every minute of it. We all shared an amazing afternoon in the park today enjoying cheese, wine and good vibes.

Oh, we were all taking pictures too…

I Spy the Golden Gate Bridge.

Meet Alisson // He was my focus today.

What a great time with friends. Morning coffee to start followed by a day in the warm San Francisco sun. Shooting photos, taking video and sharing laughter well into the night.  I’m proud of what I captured on this beautiful Saturday, February the 1st.

After a morning full of taxes I decided to go for a photo walk in Downtown San Francisco. From 555 California to the Bohemian Club on Taylor street, the city was foggy and light was defused. Perfect for some building portraits!

My Roommates recently rescued a Black Lab. His name is Ernesto, Ernie for short, and the good times have only begun. 

You will never see the same sunrise twice and when you live in San Francisco there are endless vantage points with breathtaking views of SF in all its glory.
Originally called Blue Mountain until 1881, Mount Davidson is the highest natural point in the city at 928 feet (283 m) 
Built in 1934, at 103ft (31 m) high, the cross atop Mount Davidson is an amazing site with an interesting and controversial history. There have been three different crosses from 1923 to 1931 and eventually the City purchased the 20 acres for use as a park. Amid turmoil over Separation of Church and State the City of San Francisco was sued over its ownership of the Cross and in 1997, after a long legal battle, had to auction off the Cross to the highest bidder. The Council of Armenian American Organizations of Northern California won the bid at $26,000 and dedicated the cross as a memorial for the Victims of the 1915 Armenian Genocide. Interesting, right?!
Again it’s very inspiring how @instagram brings such creative people together. It was my second #instameet and I was quiet that morning, I don’t know if It was my hangover or just being in awe of the experience. Who knows, maybe it was both. Either way It was nice to see you all again and meet some new people. Next time I’ll be a little more social. Here are some of the Instagramers featured in this video: @alisson @barce @christauziet @dantom @elizabethgilmore @hannahrw @janegress @jeffreydgerson @katka_s @mattmaniego @mrbrock21 @scottborrero @twheat @volodiashadrin Thanks all!