These images were taken along San Francisco's storied coastline, extending from Point Reyes, Ocean Beach and the Presidio cliffs, through the passage beneath the Golden Gate Bridge and along the notorious "Barbary Coast" to Fisherman's Wharf.
I started shooting this project in 2016 while working in an office near the Hyde Street Pier. When work went remote in 2020 during the "Grand Pause,” we started taking long walks along the coast after sheltering all day in isolation. It seemed important to feel blood buzz through our bodies and beat in rhythm with the ocean's eternal pulse, to tune in and listen carefully to the new kind of quiet enveloping the Golden Gate. 

Hyde Street Pier (inspired by JMW Turner)

Dredging barge, San Francisco Bay

Rainbow crashing through, San Francisco

Yacht Harbor before the storm 

Shipwreck of the "Lucky Lady," Baker Beach

Lea braves the storm, Baker Beach

Immigrant Point Overlook

Dutch Windmill, Ocean Beach

Surf's Up, Ocean Beach

Summer Fog, Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach

The sand ladder, Baker Beach

The Engagement, Baker Beach

Last Light, Ocean Beach

Coast Guard Cutter, Sausalito

The Cliff House, Ocean Beach

Moon over Alcatraz and the dome of the Palace of Fine Arts

Bay Bridge from Sausalito

Heart Rock, Land's End

The Visitors, Rodeo Beach

Black Point, Fort Mason

SF Noir: Golden Gate Bridge

Marshall's Beach

From Land's End Labyrinth

Legion of Honor Museum Grounds

Fishers of Men, Ocean Beach

Man Overboard, Baker Beach

Will you wait for me?,  Mile Rock Beach

Sunset Cargo, Ocean Beach

SF Noir: Moon over the Cliff House and Ocean Beach

SF Noir: Escape from Alcatraz

San Pablo Bay, China Camp

 #1342, The Tower Optical Company

Golden Gate Bridge

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