Bay Area | April, 2021
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Bay Area | April, 2021

Welcome to the April recap! The big task of the month was moving out of my Oakland apartment after a decade of living there! See some glimpses of our month below: Paint Club patterns drawing, part two! I made this very fun Taiwanese fruit pattern and actually printed it as fabric! I’m hoping to sew…

Bay Area | February, 2021
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Bay Area | February, 2021

February. Almost one year later, still living the pandemic life. Our Office of Accountability has new swag! Thank you for designing these, Do-Hee! A walk at Fremont Older Preserve in Cupertino. Neighborhood blossoms. Cassie and I started a weekly Chinese conversation hour to practice our Mandarin! We just talk about random stuff, or use questions…

Shirin & Eric | San Francisco Engagement Photography
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Shirin & Eric | San Francisco Engagement Photography

Shirin and Eric first met at SantaCon five years ago (with her dressed as Ms. Gingerbread and he as Super Santa), so Christmas is one of their favorite times of year. For the proposal, Eric wanted to pay tribute to Shirin’s old tradition of creating fairytale books for her family, so he taught himself how…

Amanda & Todd | San Francisco Travel Portraits

Amanda & Todd | San Francisco Travel Portraits

I absolutely love this idea: professional portraits on vacation. Amanda and Todd have been married for a couple years and live in a small community in Manitoba, the centermost province of Canada. They run a family grain & bean farm,which always makes their vacations well-earned and much appreciated. They are always plotting their travels, so when Amanda and Todd…

Color Me Pretty | Kodak Portra 160 | Shooting Film, Part 2 of 5
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Color Me Pretty | Kodak Portra 160 | Shooting Film, Part 2 of 5

Is there anything more beautiful than getting back to the roots of what drew you to something in the first place? For me, shooting film has been an incredible journey back and a total jolting leap forward at the same time. Shooting film is humbling. You have to get back to basics in your technique,…