With the shelter-in-place order in San Francisco, I was wondering what I would do, photography wise. From my balcony, I regularly take images from Bernal Heights. So Stay safe and well! Image Gallery Slideshow
On a rainy day with a stay-at-home order in place, I finally took the time to photograph my blooming orchids. It’s not my typical subject, but it was perfect for today. Several years ago, I rescued two white orchid plants that a home staging company in my office building had put into the compost bin. […]
2019 came to an end and I took advantage of some downtime to review the images I made over the last 12 months. It’s always interesting to see where my photographic adventures take me, both from a geographical and artistic point of view. I enjoy as well revisiting my favorites from the past. Thank you […]
Just one week to go to my Open Studios weekend. I’m joining again Studio Nocturne and the Bay Printmakers at Big Daddy’s Antiques. Please come see 16 artists at one great location! Big Daddy’s Antiques 1550 17th St, San Francisco, CA 94107 October 26/27, 11am – 6 pm Opening Reception: October 25, 6:30pm – 9pm […]
I love how clouds continuously change their shape and disappear like they never existed before. This is exactly what happened last night. I couldn’t resist to capture it with my camera.
The other day I got a window seat as I was flying out of San Francisco. And for once, the window was relatively clean! To top it off, we were leaving just around sunset and I was on the, literally, right side. The fog was already rolling into San Francisco and I loved how it […]
Today was the second and final day of the SailGP racing in San Francisco. While team Japan dominated yesterday, they struggled with equipment problems today. Still they came in second after Australia. Great Britain came in third, followed by USA, France and China. Congrats to Australia’s SailGP team! This was a fun event to watch […]
Today was the first day of racing. Three races total and Japan SailGP team won them all! Congratulation to Nathan Etheridge and his sailors and supporters. The conditions were tricky and many teams found themselves off balance at one time or another. Here are a few extracts. Additional pictures can be found in this gallery. […]
During the entire week, the teams from the SailGP sailing circuit were training in the bay for this weekend’s races. Here are a some outtakes from the last few days. I’m looking forward to the two coming days of racing. It will be interesting. Additional pictures can be found in this gallery. PS: If you happen […]
Big foiling sailing boats are back in San Francisco! This is the second stop of the new sailing circuit Sail GP. The boats are based on the ones used for the 2017 America’s Cup in Bermuda, but are “redesigned, re-engineered and rebuilt from the inside out”. These boats are fast (>60 mph) and they are […]
Since 2011, I review my images at the end of the year and select my favorites. I try to balance them so that they do not all show star trails or be from the same location. This year’s selection contains pictures from Seattle, Mongolia, Paris, Oregon, San Francisco, Death Valley, Bodie and the California coast. […]
I currently have a show at Jolt ‘n Bolt in San Francisco showing new work from this year’s Open Studios. If you couldn’t make it of if you want to see the images again, now is your chance. I work in the same building, so please let me know when you come and I’m happy […]
A couple of weeks ago, I spent a few hours with my photographer friends from Studio Nocturne SF at the Potrero Hill Power Plant, an event that was organized by Greta & Manu Schnetzler. This was a fun evening and I enjoyed playing with this industrial colossus and my little flashlight. Although I was there […]
It is this time of the year: The San Francisco Open Studios season is about to start. I’ll show again with my friends from Studio Nocturne SF. We share the same space at ARCH Art Supply with Bay Printmakers. We’ll be 16 artists at this one location. ARCH Art Supply 10 Carolina St. San Francisco […]
Earlier this year, while walking on a beach in Northern California I found these different pieces of driftwood. Some of them evoked calligraphy. I didn’t move any pieces, but just looked for interesting compositions.