This amazing stairway is located at 32nd Avenue and California Street alongside the Katherine Delmar Burke School. I saw while driving and had to come back to take photos.
Tag Archives: San Francisco
Tiffany Austin “Nothing But Soul” CD Release Party Joe Henderson Lab SFJAZZ Center – San Francisco 06.12.2015 Tiffany Austin – vocals Grant Levin – piano Howard Wiley – tenor saxophone Ron Belcher – bass Sly Randolph – drums A wonderful evening of music that will be the start of many great evenings to come. Thank […]
I photographed this 1941 Buick Eight at the San Francisco Carnaval Parade in 2009. It is quite a beauty. I recently learned that the port holes or VentiPorts on the Buick front quarter-panel signify the number of cylinders in the engines. An 8 cylinder engine would have 4 VentiPorts on each front quarter-panel. More about […]
I took this photo while at Fillmore Jazz Festival 2006. The juxtaposition of the musician sitting at the entrance of this institution and the woman standing inside has always made me smile. When I had my first photography exhibit in 2007, my friend, Renee, recognized the musician as Mr. Don Cunningham. She told me that […]
Mechanics’ Institute 57 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94104 We saw this amazing staircase several years ago on a San Francisco Architectural Walking Tour of public spaces in the Financial District. We visited some incredible hidden gems that are open to the public. You can learn more about the Mechanics’ Institute, here.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis Davies Symphony Hall San Francisco, CA 06.19.11 A few years ago, I had the pleasure of photographing the JLCO with Wynton Marsalis at Davies Symphony Hall for one of the final concerts of the SFJAZZ Spring Season 2011. It was truly a spectacular evening of music. Last […]
Amiri Baraka w/The Howard Wiley Trio Yoshi’s San Francisco 11.09.2009 I had taken this photo of the writer Amiri Baraka a few years ago after he performed his great writings with The Howard Wiley Trio @ Yoshi’s SF. I had forgotten about these photos until Baraka’s recent death. We, as photographers, document life and our […]