Los Angeles

First three photos – Maldef Building on Spring Street Hearts photo – gallery window on Broadway I’m obsessed with Downtown Los Angeles these days. It started with the building Stacy’s office is in, and continued when I visited Charlie’s loft. And this past week, I had to go back to LA when my dad had […]

I wrote earlier about LA’s love affair with gates. I thought it would be fun to show what’s on both sides of the gates that bound my parents’ LA neighborhood. Within the gated community: And just outside the gates: I ventured outside the gates and bought a pack of freshly-made, blue corn tortillas. They were

LA loves its gates. Gates to protect driveways and front yards and neighborhoods. Grills on windows and doors to keep strangers from coming in (or to keep your teenagers from sneaking out). Some, like the one above, are incredibly beautiful; most are bland and banal. I walked around my parents’ LA neighborhood taking photos of

Super green Mercedes Paper lanterns at Hiromi Paper International (my favorite paper store in the world) Scenes from Bergamot Station in Santa Monica… On a totally different note, I’m getting product photography lessons from a friend tomorrow! I’ve been wanting to improve my photography skills, especially now that I’m selling on etsy and updating my

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