There’s a special moment in photography when artifice disappears. It dissolves like a wisp of smoke, leaving two people—often strangers—face to face. It’s an intense moment, almost uncomfortable. Subject and photographer lock; throat and chest leap; fingers tremble. Fly angers know the feeling of anticipation well. A hatch is on and something unexpected is about to rise, dappling the surface of water. No matter how fleeting they might be, I’m addicted to moments of reality and beauty.

Contact me for kids, teens, couples, family, and corporate photography in the Bay Area. 

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