Local Architecture: Irving Gill’s Lewis Courts

Growing up in San Diego, I have had the pleasure of seeing much of Irving Gill’s architecture in person. From various residences to the Women’s Club and my middle/high school in La Jolla, his work is so reflective of the tenants of simple, modern design. Moving to Sierra Madre, I loved to drive around and … Continue reading

So much fun in one long weekend!

It was two weeks ago, but I am finally posting about the super fun weekend Jill and I had a the beginning of March. When you live in a city as great as Los Angeles, your to-see list gets longer and longer. It is always great when good friends are in town and you can … Continue reading

Inventory- and what’s next?

So, a couple of weeks ago I had some time to get into the studio and clear out some old clutter. Lots of it. Now that I am not printing regularly, it is time to think about what to do with all of the stuff that I have acquired over the years. Almost 10 years … Continue reading

Work like you mean it.

Sometimes work is easy, sometimes it is a challenge. I prefer the latter. Sure, I don’t necessarily enjoy working on Saturdays, but the feeling that you are on the right track- that you like where you are heading- that’s exciting. I am blessed to have a career path that is not straight or pre-determined by … Continue reading