Friday, October 31, 2008

Baby Suki

Little Suki is the adorable baby of a coworker of mine. I took these photos a couple of months ago when she was 2 weeks old. I'm looking forward to taking more photos of her next week!

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Ligonier Living: wow, look at these great pictures!

Ligonier Living: wow, look at these great pictures!

Ligonier, Pennsylvania in Autumn

Ligonier is a small town in Western Pennsylvania where my Italian great grandparents settled when they immigrated to the United States around 1912. I was finally able to visit it for the first time last weekend. It is probably the sweetest little slice of Americana that I have ever seen. The town square, called "The Diamond" has a gazebo where bands play in the summer. Surrounding the Diamond are stone churches, a brick post office and city hall, and unique little shops selling candy, apparel, and memorabilia. It was really special to see a piece of my family's history, and such a wonderful day to be there!

Monday, October 27, 2008

Boston | Black & White

Capital One Bank bought these images to display in a conference room. They were interested in square-formatted black and whites, and I thought these were great picks - a bit abstract and graphic, but undeniably "Boston".

Friday, October 24, 2008

Big Sur | Highway One

Highway One views on a gorgeous, clear, early summer day.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Christy & Scott | Wedding Portraits | Balboa Park

Christy and Scott are two of my best friends. It was an honor and a pleasure to photograph their beautiful wedding at the Japanese Friendship Garden in Balboa Park, San Diego. They even let me convince them to put their wedding attire back on the next day for an awesomely fun day-after session in the park! Here are a few wedding portraits of the gorgeous couple. I'll post more over the following days.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Gettin' My Kicks

A few fun photos from Route 66 in Texas, New Mexico, and California.

The Midpoint Cafe in Adrian, Texas is so named because it is the exact geographic midpoint of Route 66 between Chicago and Santa Monica.

Fields of golden flowers near Grant, New Mexico.

Out in the California desert.

Santa Monica Pier: Route 66 ends at the Pacific Ocean.