San Francisco Sundays


San Francisco itself is art, above all literary art. Every block is a short story, every hill a novel. Every house a poem, every dweller within immortal. This is the whole truth.
— William Saroyan


San Francisco itself is art, above all literary art. Every block is a short story, every hill a novel. Every house a poem, every dweller within immortal. This is the whole truth.
— William Saroyan

EDITOR'S NOTE

I'm thrilled to be sharing this labor of love for San Francisco with you. I wanted a space to showcase photography, art, and videos of our quirky and beautiful city.

You can expect to see bits of life around the bay - museums, restaurants, and profiles of lives lived here.

This introductory issue includes the implausible story of the “Telegraph Hill Parrots, a look at the Michelin Star rated Lazy Bear, the statuesque sculptures by Rodin that live at the Legion of Honor, and more.

With videos by Alexander Seville, and photography by me, we look forward to sharing San Francisco through our lenses.


San Francisco is 49 square miles surrounded by reality
— Paul Kantner


San Francisco is 49 square miles surrounded by reality
— Paul Kantner


They didn’t even seem like birds to me,
they were more like monkeys

— Mark Bittner


We really see ourselves as
hosts of a dinner party,
not as servants at
a dinner party

- Chef David Barzelay