When I said in my last blog post that photographing Endeavour’s fly over of Los Angeles was one of the coolest assignments ever, I take it back. This was the coolest assignment ever and probably one of the most unique things I will ever photograph. I started following it as it rolled off of LAX […]
Last weekend, all 10 lanes of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass in Los Angeles shut down for construction work for the second time in a little more than a year. This 10-mile stretch of highway is one of the nation’s busiest with an average 250,000 cars passing through it each day. So, when […]
I was very lucky to witness history last Friday as Space Shuttle Endeavour, strapped to the back of a Boeing 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, performed low-altitude fly overs of L.A. landmarks before finally landing at LAX. It was the last time the world would ever seen a NASA space shuttle in any form of flight. […]
Last weekend, I was hired to photograph my first marathon and spent most of the day at the finish line of the LA Marathon along Ocean Ave. in Santa Monica. It was windy as hell but thankfully it didn’t pour down rain as was originally forecast. With over 20,000 people running the race, there were […]
I wasn’t too excited to shoot trick-or-treating last Monday night, but when I got to the street I was assigned to, I was blown away. I have never seen a street go so crazy for Halloween. As one homeowner said, “We don’t decorate for Christmas, so we put all of our efforts into Halloween.” People […]
My last post was color overload, so I will go ahead and make this post black and white. The POYi crew stopped by Venice Beach on Saturday and it is definitely one of the best people watching places I have ever visited.
I have been in LA for the last week for the Pictures of the Year International awards ceremony. Our first night, we went to the Santa Monica Pier at night. It’s pretty colorful…