My once little family site has taken a life of its own and is now mostly related to San Francisco, photography, travel, urban exploration, and some other projects I work on in my spare time. I have a few hundred photos up here, a few thousand more on my Flickr and 500px pages, and over a million more on my Drobo-based server. I’m usually happy to share photos with other sites and publications.
This site home to the 1906+Today photo mashups that have been published in newspapers, magazines, and over 1000 websites around the world. It started out in part 1 and part 2 posts, and grew into nearly 200 mashups that I have presented to local history groups and shown in galleries. Over 50 of these prints are for sale in beautiful ultra-resolution prints, MetalPrints, and mounted ThinWraps.
I occasionally post mini-reviews of some of my favorite photo gear. Or reviews of other gear I can’t live without. I used to take photos out the window of my airplane, but lately I’ve been buzzing my drone all over San Francisco to capture tons of HD video and photos. I’ve started a new series called Retroscans where I restore and share old 35mm slides from the ’50s to ’70s. I’m trying another new series called Urban Ruins where I overlay old maps in modern-day 3D models. I built an interactive map of the Bay Area with details on my favorite spots. On top of that I’m also halfway done building a horrendously-complicated photographic clock.
But none of this is my real job. At work, I design project management web applications and manage a team of developers for one of the world’s largest communications companies.
Thanks for stopping by.