I snapped this photo of a group of kids who were hanging out on the Santa Monica Bluffs waiting for the sun to set.
I was walking down Wilshire Blvd tonight with my dog and camera in hand and came up upon the corner of Wilshire and Barrington where they are finishing construction of a new building. I’ve been watching this building going up for the past year on what was previously and empty lot. As I walked under the scaffolding I really liked the way the light reflected off the movie posters that were plastered all along the construction wall so I snapped this photo.
I took a series of photos the other day and animated them to show the daily traffic stream in my West Los Angeles neighborhood. I think it would be cool to spend an hour out one day and take a series of shots from sunset to dark showing the movement.
I love the way my little Berger, a Berger Blanc Suisse, smiles at me when he’s happy. He has so much personality.
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.
I snapped this photo of a surfer just as the sun went down over Zuma Beach in Malibu, California in Jan-2012.
While we are in the Age of the Consumer and companies must respond and market to us appropriately, it also feels as if we are being overrun by technology disruption. As a CTO and a technology evangelist, I’m actually finding myself to be overwhelmed by all aspects of technology and inbound media these days. Sometimes you just want to turn it off and be completely inaccessible to everyone but those days seem far and few between anymore.