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and then there were three: domestic documentary in the inner sunset, sf

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We first made engagement photographs wayyyy back in 2011. And now this: one bright eyed boy, two cats (one camera shy and the other imperturbable), and a new flat tucked into the undulating earth of San Francisco’s Inner Sunset. Sawyer, so drooly/delightful and just as kinetically gifted as his nimble parents.

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Angie’s thought was to revisit some of the sites we saw way back when, this time with little Sawyer.—the perfect reason to prowl around the Golden Gate Park’s Botanical and Japanese Tea gardens.

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about face: in long beach with actor mark davidson

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I used to be in awe of my actor friends’ memories, but the more people I photograph, the more respect I gain for an actor’s face. My own isn’t half as nimble or expressive.

Actor Mark Davidson’s is fully within his command, morphing between genteel Southerners, Caribbean émigrés, and Scottish theologians at the drop of a hat.

So maybe you missed him at the Blind Donkey and the Vincent Thomas Bridge. You can catch Mark in The 39 Steps at the Long Beach Playhouse. Sep. 27–Oct. 25, 2014. Dale Jones directs the Monty Python-esque production, a maddeningly fast-paced tribute to Hitchcock wherein the cast of talented players juggle multiple rolls—and Mark’s many faces come into play.

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