Photographer Scott R. Kline has exhibit at Café Zoë during month of May
In March 2011 Linda Hubbard interviewed me for inMenlo about returning to photography as a profession after many years away from it. We hit it off and a journalistic partnership was born.
Since that time Linda and I have collaborated on some 100 articles about people in the Menlo Park Atherton area. As a celebration of this three-year relationship, I am proud to have an exhibition of my InMenlo portraits on display at Café Zoë (1929 Menalto Ave., Menlo Park) in the month of May. There will be an opening reception on May 7 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
It will be fun to reunite with many of the people profiled in InMenlo at the reception. Several of these photos also ended up as part of my True Calling Series of photographs depicting people who had found their passion in life and acted on it.
There are many other talented photographers and writers who contribute at InMenlo, and they will join us as well. I am very proud to be part of this team and the community we cover. Thanks also to Café Zoë owner Kathleen Daly for hosting the exhibition and the show.
I think we have just scratched the surface of all the rich and colorful personalities in our little part of the Peninsula. I hope I get to meet even more of you as the years go forth.
Scott R. Kline photos of Tim Christensen (top) and Jesse Cool (middle) are part of the Café Zoë exhibit