Unless you know where to go, finding breathable, public open space in downtown San Francisco can be an aimless, wandering exercise. The financial district is dense, loud, currently in a monumental state of construction, and—with all this apocalyptic sunshine—beginning to feel more and more like a Manhattanized version of Hong Kong secretly courting Los Angeles. 

Produced and co-written with Bryan Finoki. Published on Design Observer.

A six-part series of field recordings and writing about sound and space was published on Design Observer in 2015:
Start with Sounds of the New Mission.