Adventures With Koen – The 1st Year

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Just published our book ‘Adventures With Koen: the 1st year’ on Blurb. Took me awhile to figure out how to work with the Blurb software, but it’s all good now. We’re glad to have collaborated with Coral and Scott, and have their photos from the birth and with their family. It feels good to push the Publish button after around 16 months of photography and designing the book. And – it gets me to thinking that I should be doing books of some of our other projects.

Here’s a link to the 1st 15 pages of the book¬† –¬†


New Photography For Zeum: San Francisco’s Children’s Museum.


We’re working with the folks over at Zeum: San Francisco’s Children’s Museum for their new marketing images, and had a great time shooting several families enjoying the exhibits last Sunday….looking forward to the next shoot on the 30th.

The Webb Family

Elayne Bailey at Studio Z

Christina at the Production Stage Exhibit

The Webb Family

Good Times

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Been awhile since we’ve posted with our news and musings, so we need to catch up some. We had a good shoot just last week of our friends Pramila and Sanjiv’s family. Here’s a pretty nice one of Sanjiv’s parents who were visiting from India. They were very serious at first, formal and all, but it didn’t take long before we had them breaking down in giggles.


In late November we had a good photo shoot with Dr. Haile Debas, the Executive Director of the USCF Medical Center’s Global Health Sciences, and the great challenge here was to find something which symbolized the world.
So we were very happy to see just the thing we were looking for, a 4 – 5 foot long poster with the globe with all its colors, as we walked into the UCSF Mission Bay Campus Rutter Center to set up for the photo session. It really all fell into place after that. Dr. Debas has a great smile, and along with our globe we were set.


Did a nice little wedding in San Francisco a couple of months ago, for Erica and Jono. Just as we were leaving, Jono leaned over to
Erica and gave her a kiss. Don’t you love it when that happens.


One more wouldn’t hurt, what do you think? After this post, we’ll need to stay on top of things so we don’t fall behind again. Last post was in July – Yikes! So a month ago we met a great guy, an actor, Henry Brown, and did a portrait of him for Oakland Magazine at the Oakland liquor store where he filmed part of the movie had just finished working in — “Everyday Black Man.”