San Francisco Revealed

Food - Culture - Views - Lifestyle

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SpecificationsSize: 9.5” x 8.25” Portrait ISBN: 978-1-943532-63-6 Pages: 208pp Binding: Hard Bound Publication Date: Fall 2019 World Rights: Available

Coming Soon in Fall 2019

San Francisco Revealed is a visual feast of images and insightful narratives about America’s most beloved city. Russell Abraham and Kristen Paulin spent over two years exploring and photographing every corner of this colorful city. More than a tour guide, the book explores many of the sights, foods, sounds and experiences that make San Francisco a unique urban experience. From sweeping panoramas, to hidden landmarks, to quaint Victorian neighborhoods, to the rollicking Castro and Haight Ashbury, to some of the city’s fabulous, but undiscovered restaurants, San Francisco Revealed looks at the city’s vibrant culture just beyond its well-traveled tourist destinations. There are chapters on public events like the Gay Pride Parade and Pianos in the Park to the city’s unique and wonderful shopping districts to historic Golden Gate Park and its many cultural landmarks. The book is both an off the beaten track tour guide and a remembrance for anyone who has fallen in love with this wonderful urban oasis.

Russell Abraham first arrived in the San Francisco Bay Area as an architecture student at the University of California, Berkeley and has called the Bay Area his home for the past 50 years. He has run a successful photography studio in San Francisco and now Jack London Square, for close to forty years. He was asked to create this book as part of a series of photo essays on the world’s great cities.

Kristen Paulin arrived in the Bay Area via Chicago and the University of Cincinnati about six years ago and joined Abraham’s studio a short time later. Together, they have worked on several hundred commercial assignments and two books. Kristen brings a keen eye and an up to date knowledge of electronic and well as print media to the team. She also is a good dancer.

Size

9.5” x 8.25” Portrait

ISBN

978-1-943532-63-6

Pages

208pp

Binding

Hard Bound

Publication date

Fall 2019

World rights