I can’t believe it’s already been 4 months since I moved across the country. My experience uprooting from New York and adjusting to my new life in SF has been emotional, challenging, and really quite exciting. All feelings that reassure me that I belong here at this point in my life.
I went through my camera tonight and realized that I hadn’t transferred any photos onto my laptop since April. I’m going to try to be more diligent in maintaining my visual documentary and keep up with my photo albums.
A Cinco De Mayo photo stroll at Fisherman’s Wharf turned into a bit of a car show.
Got to experience the legen…wait for it…dary Bay 2 Breakers.
Our safari crew!
Had to be careful not to end up like this unfortunate soul.
Art on Fillmore.
[UPDATE] it appears that david has disabled chroma9.com. no matter, here’s a screenshot of what it used to look like. if you’re really eager to contact him, you can snail mail him or utilize google for your stalking pleasure. it’s nearly impossible to hide. for some more back story and real-time commentary: http://www.reddit.com/r/WTF/comments/w57og/a_web_designers_racist_response_to_a_prospective/
[UPDATE #2] ALSO, if you go to chroma9.com now, you’ll hit with the following:
a) a trololol video
-save yourself the trouble.
friend of a friend interviewed this guy for a position and was apparently planning to hire him. not anymore, and i hope nobody ever does. i cannot believe my eyes, and i am absolutely beyond myself right now. does this guy think there are no consequences for his comments? this city and industry are far too small to presume he will go unscathed after a statement like that. incredulous.
i’m fairly certain this david bernett is going to get more traffic to chroma9.com this weekend than ever before.