San Francisco x Uber bike

/ March 30, 2018

Traveling for work can be so fun, but when you’ve seen more airports and taken more flights over the past two weeks than you have in yearssss, it can get a little overwhelming. so when Uber asked me if I wanted to take some time and travel to San Francisco to try out their new electric assist bikes, I “JUMP’d” at the opportunity to explore a new city, outside, on a bike (I mean, does it get any better than that?!!)

San Francisco is such a gorgeous city to visit and since it’s been a few years since my last visit, it was a welcomed reunion, especially since we got to explore the city with Uber Bike. It really made the entire getaway that much more fun (there’s even a little basket for Dolly, haha!) This is the first time I’ve ever tried an electric assist bike and let me tell you, the hills in San Francisco came to fear us! It was so easy going up and down those hills. I just kept my Jump Bike at speed #7 for a speedy uphill journey.

Currently only available in San Francisco, finding a bike throughout the city is easy and and seamless through the Uber app. All you have to do is find the bike closest to you on the map, click reserve, walk to your bike, enter the code, and off you GO!! A HUGE thanks to Uber and Jump Bikes for helping us see more in 24hrs than we would have seen walking though the city.

24 hours in Washington, DC

/ August 11, 2017

On a complete high from taking portraits of Michelle Obama’s staff at the White House, I was so excited to play tourist for 24 hours before flying back to Los Angeles the next day. We stayed at the Hamilton Crown Plaza — just minutes from the White House! — and we ended our shoot with a celebratory dinner (and the best drinks) at Pennsylvania 6 (everything was RED – a colorist’s dream!!). The next day, we started off with coffee (a matcha for me) at Baked and Wired and explored historic Georgetown. Of course, being the tourist that I am, I had to go see Big Abe at the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Seeing these iconic places in real life was beyond surreal – you have no idea how big they are until you’re up close (no offense Abe!). We also visited the Holocaust Museum, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the C&O Canal Towpath. There’s still so much we didn’t have time to see, but we’ll keep the rest for next time!!


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