Some of my photos of the band playing a free gig at the De Young Museum in San Francisco are in their gallery. A wonderful and fun Jefferson Airplane cover band, the members have serious chops and credibility. They were an appropriate choice to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love!
Casper and Jim Watson, street photographers-extraordinaire with a fantastic podcast, interview me. Photo above courtesy and © David Luigi Gregory.
Amir Bar-Lev's four-hour epic tale of the Grateful Dead and, in particular, Jerry Garcia is an incredible study of the history of the band. They used 7 of my photos in the movie. Watch it when it comes out and see if you can spot them :).
I was asked to show this photo at this skateboard-focused exhibition running April 22, 2017 - May 31, 2017. Opening reception is April 22, 5-8pm.
Three of my protest photos were used in this article. I let the organizers know that I would be shooting the "Town Hall" style protest and took portrait shots of each speaker. Very fun! Click here to check out the complete album on Flickr.
Four of my protest photos were used in this article, which appears in the December 2016 issue.
Exhibition Dates: December 8, 2016 - January 22, 2017
Opening Reception: Harvey Milk Photo Center, December 8, 6:30-9 pm
Curators: Dave Christensen, Jim Watkins, Michael Kirschner, Denis Englander, RE Casper
Location: Harvey Milk Photo Center, 50 Scott Street, San Francisco
Gallery Hours: Tuesday and Thursday: 1-9 pm, Wednesday: 1-3 pm and 5-9 pm, Saturday: 10-6 pm, Sunday: 11-6 pm
eXposed, a juried exhibition of street photography opening December 8, is a selection of works by members of the San Francisco Street Photography Group. David Christensen, the Director of the Harvey Milk Photo Center, leads an esteemed panel that curates. The Harvey Milk Photo Center will house the exhibition, which runs through January 22.
More information on the San Francisco Street Photography website.
I'm shooting primarily with a Pentax K-3 (along with a K-r when shooting events) or a Sony RX100M2. Film cameras include my old Minolta XG-M, Pentax Pz-1p, Honeywell Pentax H3v, and a few others.
For street I tend to shoot 28mm or wider, usually from the hip with the Sony.