I’m into health and safety, but here’s evidence that I’ll play with a camera while driving. Unwise.
I’ve worked in Palo Alto for two weeks. I’m familiarizing myself with one neighborhood. It oozes plainness and strangeness.
My co-engineer at a soon-to-be-renamed startup is Jon. We’ve worked together at two jobs in the past. Working with him again feels triumphant. When our last job ended, I told myself I would take the opportunity to work with Jon if it ever came along. Opportunity knocks.
In Palo Alto I played with double exposures. This portrait of Jon provides me with a good lesson: the light of one exposure can wash out the other. Obvious in retrospect, the lesson is learned.