Hyper-liberal and brazenly accepting, West Hollywood (you can call it WeHo) invites bold expression and all-night entertainment. It's stylish, it's glamorous, it's audacious. It's also warm, welcoming, and encouraging of eclectic creativity. Gay-friendly businesses blend together with West Hollywood's impeccably-designed urban decor and discerning shopping and dining establishments. Walk the Sunset Strip and wander Melrose District by day. Twirl, sip, and swirl by night—WeHo is a 24/7 destination.See 568 places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Rob is an editorial & commercial art photographer based in LA. On a recent assignment to South Africa with Ghetto Film School, he documented student filmmakers. On the Airbnb project, Rob says: “I love exploring the City of Angels. The other day, I photographed in pouring rain, thinking the worst, but ended up with some of my best shots. The people I meet on a daily basis amaze me."
Alyson captures a subject’s quirks and habits without invoking self-consciousness. She blends well with people from all walks of life due to her charming personality and spunky humor. She has taught photography at NYU Sternhardt School, Columbia University, The Ministry of Education in El Salvador, and at UCLA in Los Angeles, where she currently resides. Her clients include GQ, The NYTimes Magazine, Newsweek, Time, People, and The Wall Street Journal.