ABOUT THE SERIES These photos are from various shoots over the last few years — commercial, editorial, personal — involving people. Somewhere around 2011, I chose to forgo studio and flash lighting and now work exclusively with natural light. This way of working requires far … Continue readingPeople
Our flight back from Seoul, South Korea caught one of those super-fast jetstreams. You know, the kind that whisk you to where you are going nearly a full hour ahead of the scheduled arrival time. It was a magical plane ride where — opposed to … Continue readingStopping (air) Traffic to Raise Money
When my dear friend Kyoko heard the words from my mouth that I loved Tonkatsu, she knew exactly where to take me after work. If you have a hankering for Tonkatsu (Japanese fried pork cutlet), most restaurants in Tokyo will serve up a fine plate … Continue readingThree Generations of Pork Cutlet Chefs
We visited the “Blues Guesthouse” in the Segeomjeong neighborhood of Seoul a few days back after hearing about a rooftop vegetable garden they are starting. It’s very early spring here, so the plants are just starting to come up, but it was nice to have … Continue readingFancy Breakfast from a Rooftop Garden?
The past few days have been a whirlwind of activity, mostly centered around planning out this trip to Korea and Japan for the Final Straw project, but other highlights were: Lunch meeting with San Jose Director of Transportation, Hans Larsen (article coming to sociecity shortly, … Continue readingFinal Straw: The Future of Food Begins
Even when working on other projects, Patrick has often been known to stop what he’s doing, get up, and take a several-hours-walk around the city. These are just a few images (of thousands) featuring cityscapes from around the world. … Continue readingCityscape