It is what we don’t see (or can’t see) that fuels our imagination. As a child, I read about faraway places. I imagined New York they wrote about in the books. I dreamt of San Francisco as described by Dashiell Hammett in his book. And when I got there, I let the reality fill in … Continue reading Unseen is what fuels the imagination
I like the Golden Gate Bridge. But, I love the Bay Bridge. It is ever-changing. It feels like a mongrel — a mixture of styles. It doesn’t have the sweeping grace of its tonier cousin. It has been battered and bruised. And yet it goes on. And on a clear day, I can see all … Continue reading [Photo] Two views, one bridge.
Given that we live in a world that is so intensely photographed, we have to think about photography as interpretive. And that is why often go back to this observation from the legendary photographer, Ansel Adams. “The negative is comparable to the composer’s score and the print to its performance. Each performance differs in subtle … Continue reading Dunes of Death Valley: a very personal interpretation
As the year — and the decade — comes to a close, I reflect on how things have changed over the past five years. I shed the old skin, entered a new profession, and found a new creative outlet. I try not to talk as much about my professional progress. As writing about technology became … Continue reading 2019: My visual journey