A drone's view of Candlestick Park in late 2014 during the early stages of demolition.
The street parties after the San Francisco Giants win World Series number 3.
A then-and-now photo mashup for the 25th anniversary of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and reminder of the upcoming big one.
Using David Rumsey's archives and Google Earth, I present a tour of San Francisco's Treasure Island with the plans of the 1939 World's Fair overlaid in a 3D model.
Found slides of San Francisco from 1970 with "today" street views. Includes Fisherman's Wharf, Powell Street, Jackson Street, and cable cars.
Thank you for the overwhelming response to my 1906 + Today Earthquake photo mashups. In one week in August 2012, the story of my photo mashups hit the front pages of dozens of major websites [...]
At 5:12 AM on April 18, 1906, San Franciscans woke up to a quick jolt. For the next 25 seconds, all was silent. And then it hit hard–42 seconds of intense shaking. Buildings fell, sinkholes [...]
Surrounded by barbed-wire fence lies an old Bay Area relic: the abandoned railroad roundhouse in Bayshore, just south of San Francisco. The Bayshore Roundhouse was built between 1907 and 1910. [...]
200 Yards is a San Francisco-based photo experiment presented as an offshoot project by the fine folks over at Lightbox SF. The Concept Choose a venue. The sponsors find a gallery in San [...]
I recently had the opportunity to photograph the San Francisco Academy of Art University's private classic car collection...
Of the 300 nearly-identical Nike Missile sites that defended the mainland from the threat of Soviet high-altitude bombers, only one remains...