Archive for August, 2010

Dwight Eschliman is a San Francisco advertising and editorial photographer who counts among his clients Apple, Palm, Audi, New York Times Magazine, Dwell, Details, and Scientific America along with many others. In addition to a very busy commercial career, Dwight has also gained a high level of recognition for his personal work which focuses on […]


I recently found a fashion spread in an international Vogue quite fun and visually compelling. I thought of posting it on the blog, but caught myself hesitating. A few of the images just didn’t sit right with me. It was a 60’s style shoot that was exceptionally well styled and beautifully shot (hence my interest). […]


One of the great things about writing this blog is that I get to meet and spend time with the inspired creatives in the Bay Area, especially people who seem to really love their jobs. Christine Wolheim, an effervescent and multi-talented prop and food stylist, exemplified this as she bounded around her filled-to-the-brim prop shop […]


San Francisco is now home to two art collections that are promising to change our standing among the world’s serious art cities. Following the Fisher endowment to SFMOMA, Pier 24, a 28,000 square foot gallery space housing the permanent contemporary photography collection of the Pilara Foundation, has opened with little to no fanfare in a […]