On a clear day you can see forever…on Lombard Street…
My daughter, who lives in Berkeley, and I were invited by my friend, a son of the late philanthropists, to see this exhibit and attend this event. We heard from two biographers of Vivian Maier who know about this story of her posthumous fame, mostly through the internet. She died in 2009 and only now are we appreciating what a prolific and talented photographer she was, despite what many would consider a rather unremarkable life that she led. This was presented by the Reva and David Logan Gallery of Documentary Photography at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism.
Capulet sporting a new do.
Prompted by the article she wrote for the site on being the “only black yogi in the room” she shines during an interview and talks a bit about her life journey so far.
Thank you Michael Cook of Canine Comforts Boutique & Grooming!
My cousin Antonio (biondo) Rocca did this tribute:
Alex, Jesus and I (with the Yorkies) went to see Rose, Sara Rose, Erick and Kristal. I also got to see a few of my friends from years ago — Garrison Singer and Brian Holland.