Tag Archives: Los Angeles
The Blessing of the Animals
Olvera Street, DTLA
March 30, 2013
Every year, the Saturday before Easter, you may bring your pets
for the Blessing of the Animals on Olvera Street.
At the Pavilion there is music, dancing, drumming…
Mark your calendars for next year!
March 22, 2013
Jose Gurria-Cardenas asked me to photograph him for his upcoming show at the Blue Whale on May 7. “The show is about the phases of my career in particular the last 6 years which is what I have spent in LA , where I feel so many life changing things have happened… The healing aspect is that the music has washed (if not everything) at least the most toxic stuff. I have survived because of my art.”
Daniel Rosenboom Quintet
February 9, 2013
Gavin Templeton, Woodwinds
Alex Noice, Electric Guitar
Kai Kurosawa, Bear Trax
Dan Schnelle, Drums
Eron Rauch, Photography Exhibition and Set Design
The Modern Brass Quintet
Pasadena Presbyterian Church
January 26, 2013
Concerto, BWV 1041 – Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
The Promise of Living – Aaron Copland (1900-1990)
Affirmation (World Premiere) – Daniel Rosenboom (b. 1982)
Brass Quintet No. 3 – Alec Wilder (1907-1980)
Mini Overture – Witold Lutoslawksi (1913-1994)
Contrapunctus VIII – Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Ne Irascaris Domine – William Byrd (1540-1623)
Rounds and Dances – Jan Bach (b. 1937)
It was a hot hot day at the Arboretum on August 7, 2012
I hope this warms you up on this cold day today!
Tenth Muse Festival
Cafe Fais Do Do
October 28, 2012
For the first time, I participated in a music and art festival, as a vendor; I am usually the photographer. I was invited to be in the first annual Tenth Muse Festival to show my healing jewelry. Daniel found me on Etsy because he loved my lotus pendant and invited me to show and sell my work. The pieces I brought to the show were the 30×30 custom framed print “Living in the Spirit” and a the 20×30 custom framed print “Sunrise“, an assortment of large and square blank photo note cards, 5×7 prints, and the healing photo pendants. I raised $20 for Mr. Ed, a rescued therapy horse. Yes, I made only one sale but that is a step in the right direction. I stepped up and I went out there and I put my name out there and I showed my work. The non-music work. The work I’ve created from the natural world. It is beautiful work and I am blessed to be able to see this magical world.
My epiphany for the evening is this… I still love to take photos of bands. I still love capturing the passion and artistry of the musician. Despite not having my camera with me, I managed to Camera + and Instagram the event to the world. I didn’t visit the other vendor booths and I wanted to. Next time I’ll take along a friend so I can mingle. I love talking to artists and learning about their passions. They inspire me. Thank you to all the artists who inspire me.
Thank you to the musicians, to Gentlemen Prefer Blood, Love Grenades, The Dahls, Nick Rosen, Yonatan Elkayam, Elan Atias, and Robby Marshall…. to your bands and the musicians, and countless others for helping me build an amazing music portfolio in the last two years. Thank you to my Rootsystem family for creating the music and keeping the magical world that I love alive, for faeries and magical beings love to dance and celebrate life. And I do love my life.
I found many new bands to love at the Tenth Muse Festival. I was dying to photograph them, and I only had my iPhone.
Here they are…
Meet my favorite gypsies
a Gypsy-spiced international dance party for the City of Angels
La Cita Bar
October 24, 2012
36 frames to remember 36 favorite moments at the Fair.
I also rode the mechanical bull for about 2 minutes. YEE-HAW! :)
Los Angeles Street Art and An Olloclip Macro Lens
September 4, 2012
Photographed with an iPhone 4s, Camera+ App, and an Olloclip Macro Lens from Photojojo.
I love macros, textures, abstracts, art, and color. I found all of that in this series of photos.