March 13, 2007
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crowded calendar

Sometimes having many things on your plate is fun and stimulating. Other times it can briefly make you feel like this.

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March 11, 2007
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first swim

Sadie finally learned how to swim today. She's been flirting with it for the past two months, since she was introduced to the ocean at dog beach. Trent took off his shoes and walked in with her coaching each few feet. Here she is enjoying her first swim. and relieved to be back on her feet again: ...

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March 7, 2007
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grace & adam

I met Grace and Adam in Thailand at the wedding of Grace's sister, Bethany. They live here in San Diego, and we went out for dinner tonight at the Turf Club. They are both wonderful people, and I remembered a funny picture I took of them on one of the last days of our trip. Here is Adam, and Grac ...

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March 6, 2007
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a shell still life

I've been working on a series of abstract images of my ever growing seashell collection. Here are a few images from this series, which I recently entered into a call for entires at a gallery in Hudson, NY.

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March 5, 2007
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heather & brian

Painter Heather Peiters and architect Brian Alessi were married at the St. Francis Chapel at the Museum of Man in Balboa Park on Saturday. {vidavee id="740" w="320" }

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February 23, 2007
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fifth grade

This morning I went to fifth grade at one of the local elementary schools that I have been working with for the past few years. I dearly love this class, and have been teaching them art since they were rather small squirrely third graders. Now they are turning eleven, and getting ready to transitio ...

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February 20, 2007
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annika

February 20, 2007
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pregnant with twins!

February 20, 2007
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tonight, Annie.

This week, I've been in and out of the galleries showcasing Annie Leibovitz' show from her book A Photographer's Life. The show iteself is an amazing catalog of images, from large scale, often color, public images created as portraits for magazines to very personal intimate (in nature and scale) wo ...

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