Category Archives: interior

Beach house library

At the winery

After walking into the Robert Strong tasting room.

Sirimia’s Loft on Design Sponge

I’m so excited to have my photographs of Sirima‘s loft featured today on Design Sponge! Her home and workspace is just as beautiful and unique as her art. Be sure to check it out!

Acme bread

On the table at Serpentine

Giggling Lotus Yoga

Giggling Lotus Yoga just opened up down the street from me and could not have provided a more beautiful, soothing alternative to a blustery gray Saturday. Makes me want to take a deep breath and smile and I will be back very soon.

Summer throwback

This summer I lived alongside Sarah & Matt, who would do wonderful things like jar pears from the backyard for fun. With cinnamon. And brandy. Oh yes. Brandy.

Sweet home in Oakland

I love visiting my friend Sally in Oakland. Her house, shared with two other fine ladies, is simple, calm and beautiful, with amazing light throughout the day. I really need to invite myself over to work there more often!

You are invited

I’ve recently started to get to know and work with the folks of The Workshop Residence, a fantastic program in Dogpatch. Providing residence and production facilities to artists who produce limited edition works, it “aims to foster and promote innovative cross-pollination between the worlds of craft, art and design.”

The artist currently in residence is Lauren DiCioccio , whose work is thought-provoking and beautiful and friendly nature is infectious. Last Sunday, she led an embroidery workshop, at which I happily spent hours at a long table, meeting new people and concentrating on tiny stitches, a pretty impressive feat.

Cheese Plus

In past week, I’ve had three of the most important people in my life visiting. Which has meant less blog posting and more wonderful conversations over meals and throughout my city, which I always appreciate.

But just before that, I found myself in the northern part of the city and was introduced to Cheese Plus, with its crazy sandwiches and amazing provisions. The kind of shop where you just can’t help yourself from taking photographs.