Carol Vaziri, photographer extraordinaire and San Francisco resident of 20 years, is a working mother of three (all under 6-years-old). She survived the dot-com era, conquered the city's public school lottery system and managed to lockdown and tame one of the city's biggest critics. When not single-handedly wrestling bears, she can be found traipsing through the city taking full advantage of all its offerings. She can out eat a lumberjack and at any given moment produce a cupcake out of her handbag. When it comes to work, a typical week could mean photographing the President, a baby with poopy diapers, flower arrangements for Martha Stewart, an editorial spread for an international magazine or a coked-up rockstar. And she wouldn't have it any other way.