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Kerman Morris Architects

Posted on: March 26th, 2017 by Joe No Comments

A practice that specializes in a range of residential developments, including infill housing, affordable housing, custom homes, and mixed-use projects.

Ongoing Project: Providing professional documentation of projects.

Bosavi Headlamps Marketing Material

Posted on: August 19th, 2013 by Joe No Comments

This past spring I had the opportunity to work with Dan Freschl, Bosavi Headlamps inventor and entrepreneur. Here’s a bit about the headlamp

“This headlamp is designed around a lithium-ion battery and optimized for USB recharge-ability and top performance. It charges up to 80% of full capacity in about an hour and lasts up to 65 hours.

The Bosavi Headlamp’s USB rechargeable battery is equivalent to 900 AAA batteries over the lifetime of the product. Bosavi can be easily recharged in the field from a wide variety of chargers including solar, power pack, and AA Battery Chargers.”

Buy one on Amazon here

And Special thanks to good friend Gabe Phillips for running around town with me and taking photos-

Alden Miller Interiors

Posted on: April 2nd, 2013 by Joe No Comments

As an interior designer and working mom, Alden Miller always has her handful with her two boys and her clients. Her deep, personal understanding of the way a household functions contributes to her design process, which starts with an examination of the flow of life and family within her client’s homes.

Magno-Grip

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by Joe No Comments

MagnoGrip describes itself as a company emphasizing craftsmanship, innovation and design in their work tools.

Project: Creating web and print ready marketing material.

Client: Off The Grid

Posted on: January 27th, 2013 by admin No Comments

Project: Visual Marketing collateral

Process: Off the Grid is a company that provides areas around the Bay Area for food trucks to set up on a weekly calendar.  I created marketing material by documenting all of their markets in the bay area, all special events.

Result: Web and Print ready visual marketing and branding for a growing small business.

Client: SF Weekly

Posted on: January 27th, 2013 by admin No Comments

Project: Kitchen Ink

Process: As part of a national photo series on chefs with tattoos I was selected to photograph San Francisco chefs. San Francisco is a city packed with restaurants and plenty of tattooed chefs that work at them. The story consisted of seven different photo shoots at different restaurants around today.

Result: The cover photograph and a five page spread.

Those darn 49ers and the Stanford alum

Posted on: March 28th, 2012 by Joe No Comments

Enjoy some pics from the end of the 49ers season and more of the NFL scout day at Stanford University.

Working the Graveyard Shift

Posted on: January 2nd, 2012 by Joe No Comments

After most people go to sleep, an entire population is just waking up and heading out the door to work. For these people, a regular workday starts at 11pm and ends at 7am, when they’ll head home to bed. Read more here.

The Queen of Tupperware

Posted on: September 8th, 2011 by Joe No Comments

Helen Waite is both a queen of tupperware and a drag queen extraordinaire, and hosts regular tupperware parties in San Francisco on the weekends. On weekdays Helen goes back to being Chaz Kujak, a male manager at a biotech company. See the full story here.

 

Teotitlán del Valle-Rug Weavers

Posted on: September 1st, 2011 by Joe No Comments

While traveling in Oaxacan town of Teotitlán del Valle I befriended Francisco ‘Paco’ González and his mother, a family of weavers. Over several visits to their home they showed me the art of crushing dye for color in the rugs, the making of yarn from raw wool.

This community of Teotitlán del Valle is known for its woven wool rugs which use natural dyes such as those obtained by the cochineal insect. The making of the rugs begins the washing of the raw wool to rid it of dirt and residues. Next it is carded then spun into yarn. The yarn is wound into large balls to prepare for dying with natural dyes such as those obtained from the needle bush, indigo, cochineal, , Mexican marigold and others.