San Francisco.. and beyond!

{October 11, 2009}

First off, I love love love anything Pixar! Especially Toy Story! One of my friends from college invited us to his campus to watch Ice Age 3 (a non Pixar) movie, ironically. We had the chance to tour the campus and stumbled upon these famous characters. Does these two items look familiar to you?

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I'm larger than life!

I’m not a native to San Francisco at all (Lelan is a native San Franciscian) but growing up in the Bay Area allowed me to enjoy the hundreds of benefits of living in a melting pot of America: Good food, good people, beautiful weather, accessible transportation, technology!!. You name it, the Bay Area has got it!

San Francisco Hilton

San Francisco Hilton

Following his Coffee Tour, I had the chance to meet up with the one and only Lawrence Chan again of Tofurious fame along with many, many photographers in one of the best place to live. We talked photography, the internet over some delicious egg tarts from Golden Gate Bakery in Chinatown and refreshments provided by the Hilton in San Francisco (Thanks @bullysaurus for picking them up)

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Tofu + Egg Tarts = BLISS!!

I can’t wait to work with some of these photographers in the future so I’ll start mouthing off some of them now and some that I want to work with in the near future even if they aren’t from around here. They are all truly wonderful people and we hope our creative juices will mix one day to create an breathtaking cocktail~!

Lawrence Chan – The one and only that needs no introduction
Marin Kristine – One of my new photog friends who specializes in boudoir and engagements and weddings
The Memory Journalists – Well established business which I hope to shoot with someday
Adeline and Grace – They shoot both coasts of the United States
Rebeca Wilkowski Photography – San Francisco based photographer
Jessie Cho Photography – An up and coming photographer in the east bay
Dave Shilling Photography – Sacramento based photographer
Jules Wiegand – One day our paths will cross and hope to shoot with Jules

Cheers,
Wilson

PS. – I’ve waited an hour once for the egg tarts! YES. It’s that good!
P.P.S – Anyone can guess what the light and a ball are famous for?

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jules wiegand: Thanks for the link :) would love to visit San Francisco.. and eat delicious food.

Wilson: Hehehe, if your in San Francisco sometime, let me know. Same here when I'm in Chicago.. planning a trip next year just for kicks! ^_^

Rebecca Wilkowski: Thanks for the link! Love your blog! Rebecca- http://rebeccawilkowski.wordpress.com/