Bloom is a travel photographer turned dating blogger from San Francisco. Having traveled around the world for work, lived internationally, and dated in many cultures, he became an unofficial expert on the ins and outs of dating.
After photographing couples for several wedding magazines, he realized that he was more interested in the psychology and clockwork of relationships than the art of photography. Since the revelation, he’s been freelancing and blogging about love, dating, marriage and sex for over seven years.
He still manages to work on his photography in his spare time, but he now focuses on the candid and intimate moments of the couples he encounters in his daily life in San Francisco.
McFleury is a contributing editor of a daily major in San Francisco. As the former author of ‘Ask Lauren,’ McFleury has been answering the public’s questions about love and lust for over 20 years.
After graduating from Miami University in Cleveland where she grew up, McFleury moved to San Francisco to explore the city with the largest number of weddings annually. After realizing there was almost as many divorces as there were marriages, she knew the city needed direction, and started Ask Lauren to help the citizens of San Fran make their relationships last.
McFleury has been married for 26 years and has been working with the same paper for two decades, so she knows dedication to both per personal and professional life, which she hopes to share the secrets of with all readers of SingleMenForWomen.com.
Kendall is a former social worker and current couples therapist. After graduating from UCLA, Kendall moved upstate to San Francisco where he still lives with his wife, Cheryl, and their two children.
As a couple’s therapist, Kendall has seen the ins and outs of why relationships fail, and what people need to do to get them back on track. His contributions to SingleMenForWomen have not only been popular with the married men, but he seems to have found his stride in helping the single men of the world, as most of his questions and requests come from people who are still in their search for love.