Zona Foto photographed Bravo Reality TV Star David Murray for the February/March 2013 issue of Brink Magazine. He was on Bravo’s Start Ups: Silicon Valley and now he has started up his own app to help you lose weight, quit smoking and more, 24/7!
Christine was also interviewed by Brink for their blog. Click on the image below to learn more about Zona Foto.
Take a look at the Animal Planet film crew and photographer Keith Barraclough shooting behind the scenes of the PUPPY BOWL IX. It’s a Washington Post photographer photographing a photographer and crew, photographing animals. Craziness!
These are 2 of the 10 healthy resolutions the AARP Bulletin suggests in their January/February 2013 edition. I need to find out what the other 8 are! Cover photo by Renée Comet.
Who doesn’t love a gingy? Clean-looking with an odd twist is what I see. Can’t wait to view more reds photographed by Keith Barraclough.
What could be cuter than watching puppies scramble on a field? Maybe the kitty half-time show! Keith Barraclough photographed all the events. Catch all the fun Sunday, Feb. 3rd, 3 pm E/P and to see more stills click on the photos below.
Renée Comet photographed both cover and interior photos of this cookbook by author/nutritionist Robyn Webb. It contains delicious low-sodium or no-sodium recipes offering flavorful alternatives to salt. If you care about your health and good, clean photography you may want to check it out.
Zona’s portraits definitely capture the feel of Will’s style. Click on the photo and have a listen.
Luck and prosperity are represented by the black-eyed peas — which have long been a symbol of good fortune in the South and are traditionally eaten on Jan. 1 to ensure a prosperous year to come. Renée Comet captured this lovely photo. Try your luck by making the recipe yourself…
Homeless Prenatal Program–
In partnership with our families, break the cycle of childhood poverty
Purpose & Philosophy
By seizing the motivational opportunity created by pregnancy and parenthood, HPP joins with families to help them recognize their strengths and trust in their capacity to transform their lives.
Impact & Recent Accomplishments
Over 3,600 families served – more than 6% of all San Francisco families
442 families and more than 826 children housed
$1.1 million in earned income tax credits and tax refunds obtained for families
San Francisco Giants Community Services Award
People’s Choice Best Nonprofit Award
Mutual of America Community Partnership Award
Tipping Point Community Award
Differential Response Award