the shutterbugs: melissa kaseman.


yesterday, i shared a post about geremia design’s beautiful interior design projects, and the photographer’s work was so lovely, i couldn’t help but pop over and investigate oakland-based photographer melissa kaseman’s website. i reached out to melissa and she very kindly agreed to let me share her work, and it was then that i realized i’d shared... 
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echo park. echo park.


get it? i have some news, which you may have already seen me announce on instagram or any number of my other social media accounts. but in case you haven’t, here’s the breaking news — i’m moving to echo park, a lovely neighborhood on the northeast side of los angeles. i made an offer on a great home, and the offer was accepted and i made it through... 
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see san francisco. it’s finally here.


well i should say, it’s almost here! my very first book, see san francisco published by chronicle books is available for pre-order right now (and here in the UK), and books will be winging their way to stores on april 28th! this book has been a long-awaited labor of love for me. i started working on the book well over a year and half ago and it feels surreal and exciting... 
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cheers to the weekend: joshua tree.


chicago-based photographer anna zajac is back with her series cheers to the weekend. i’m so excited about this week’s post, because she’s been to california’s much-beloved joshua tree, an outpost for artists and musicians and someplace high on my wish to visit list, and she’s taking us along for the ride. anna spent her time in joshua tree in... 
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the shutterbugs: charles de vaivre.


i am most smitten with the work of French born architectural photographer Charles de Vaivre. Charles came to photography when his grandfather, a filmmaker and movie producer aroused his curiosity for art and gave him his very first camera when he was only 8 years old. with an education and background in design, in 2006 he decided to cross the bridge from design permanently... 
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