Contact, Exhibits

I want people who see my photographs to gain a new understanding of nature and humanity and be inspired to find and preserve their essence


One thing I love about photography is being able to show people things they might walk by every day and possibly never notice. I’ve been walking slower and slower and slower. It’s not a function of age but a function of my photography. The slower I go, the more I see. And speaking of sight, I notice that my ability to see things is changing. I’m able to look deeper into things and see things that I might have never noticed before - and coming full circle, show them to others.

Richard Dweck

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2019 Exhibits

Upcoming Show:

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Silicon Valley Open Studios

May 4-5, 2019

Kyotographie KG+

Dohjidai Gallery of Art - Kyoto Japan

April 16-21, 2019

2018 Exhibits

Gamble Garden - Historic Home and Carriage House (Solo Exhibition)

Center for Photographic Art - 2018 International Juried Exhibition

(Eve Schillo, Assistant Curator in the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art)

PhotoAlliance's Bay Area Currents Exhibition

Smith Anderson North Gallery

2017 Exhibits

Center for Photographic Art - 2017 International Juried Exhibition

(Philip Bookman, Consulting Curator, Dept. of Photographs, National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.)

Triton Museum of Art - Salon at the Triton 2017

Pinhole Coffee Shop and Gallery (Solo Exhibition)

2016 Exhibits


Big Mug Coffee Roasters Exhibition Space (Solo Exhibition)



Top photo by JoEllen Depakakibo

Middle photo by Peggy Wang

Bottom photo by Lingling Tian