My Dad’s a musician, and when my niece and nephew were born, he composed songs for them. They’re not babies any more, but my Dad still plays their songs on the piano, so I decided to make music videos.
This is my darling niece’s song. Isn’t she a sweetie?
Anika’s Song from Sarah Sloboda on Vimeo.
I get lost in my mind sometimes. I don’t mean I get confused. I mean, I get lost in it — as in, “She got lost in his eyes.” I have often said I can never get bored, because my own mind seems to be an endless source of amusement for me.
Continue reading “My Brain Makes Me Not Funny”
It’s winter here in Cleveland, and I am having the best time reliving my January journey down the coast of California through this blog. I mean, the California sunshine — it just won’t quit!
Los Angeles is a fascinating place. Everywhere you go, you feel the energy of show business. Even though movies themselves are now often shot elsewhere, the romance of the term “movie star,” still springs to mind in the hopes of sighting our favorite Hollywood celebrities.
Continue reading “Hooray for Hollywood – Kids in LA!”
The sun is out. I distinctly hear the singing of birds. Spring is beginning to drop hints, as the sun inches higher into the sky.
Continue reading “Darkness and Light – The End of Winter”
“The Golden Gate Bridge is my hero,” I thought to myself. “Wait, what does that even mean?”
It’s a symphonic display of design and engineering, but it’s just metal and construction materials, whereas “hero,” is a word that personifies.
Continue reading “Is a Bridge an Icon?”
One of the cool things about having lived in NYC for 10 years was the level of talent and super charming people I got to interact with. People I met there have moved on, like myself. And, now we reconnect quite easily. It’s like the blood of NYC that once coursed through our veins is present, and through it, we’re connected.
Continue reading “New York to Napa – The Beauty of Connections”
In 1998, Andrew Niccols’ film Gattaca (from the year prior) screened in my college-required biology class, and my life was never the same.
That’s only a slight a exaggeration. Science fiction inspires me because its stories are based on things that scientists are actually exploring in the present, making it totally conceivable that the suspension of disbelief is a logical endeavor.
Continue reading “Welcome to Gattaca”
Light. If I had to sum up my experience in California in one word, I’d say, “light.”
Continue reading “Alighted in Napa”
2012 was an amazing year! Via my #familyphototour, I traveled to New York City (8 times), Seattle, Connecticut, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Quebec City, Vermont, Chicago, Houston, and Austin. I also had a blast photographing families in my new/old hometown of Cleveland, especially the super energetic session I had with family-centric restauranteurs Jonathon & Amelia Sawyer (pictured above), owners of Noodlecat and Greenhouse Tavern.
Continue reading “Worldwide – 2013 Family Photo Tour Launch”
Photo sessions available in NYC July 1-8.
Continue reading “NYC Bookings”