Yes, this was indeed an assignment: best uses for jello. One of them was a jello cocktail.
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May 18th, 2011
April 10th, 2010
My personal work is generally shot on film, and often with an archaic view camera. These images of steel truss bridges were made with a 7×17 inch banquet camera. I printed them with cyanotype chemistry on all-rag watercolor paper.
April 26th, 2011
this is simply a product shot, but we already have several pics of the monitor screens in other stories. I thought the console itself was plastic-space age enough to make a nice pic. I gave it a blue color that looks sci-fi.
April 8th, 2011
Playing the original Super Mario Brothers on an 8-bit NES system. The top four images are cropped to the 617×216 ratio, and processed with the Lo-Fi app. Thumbnail gallery below has an unprocessed version of the above shot, and various Hipstamatic images also.
April 23rd, 2011
Hey Aimee, I shot this one twice.. the little girl and boy first, but I wasn’t totally happy with it. Then I found this other kid and shot him outside with his trumpet. Those are the shots I like the best.
May 20th, 2011
The model is artist and curator Cable Griffith. I made him shave his beard for the shoot—the assignment was just to shoot a guy with a mustache.
August 1st, 2010
These are portraits for a Best Of Seattle story in Seattle Weekly. Reverend Robert Jeffery, in his central district teaching garden. This is Summer Robinson, in her bookstore: and also a nice headshot: This is Miguel Saladin: This is Marvin Charles: This is Someireh Amirfaiz: Alternate images in gallery:
April 27th, 2010
This site is now entirely output by wordpress. I find theming Wordpress to be quick and satisfying. BTW, Hedengren’s Smashing Wordpress was the most helpful text I found.
April 10th, 2010
I’ve had a lot of gigs photographing restaurants, mostly for Seattle Weekly. I enjoy shooting in low light, with digital equipment, and a little bounced flash.
July 23rd, 2010
This restaurant shoot was especially satisfying: the natural sunlight was perfect and the plating was super nice. The Weekly used this crowd scene for a lead: This tuna poke plate:
April 30th, 2011
Part of a series of retro-looking panoramic web banners I shot this year.
September 14th, 2010
Etsuko Ichikawa. Performance art work Firebird, at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, in the hotshop, September 11, 2010. Ichikawa is ‘painting’ on a large roll of white paper with a glob of dripping molten glass. Dancer Mizue Trinidad. The performance is accompanied by a selection from Stravinsky’s Firebird. Slideshow gallery, with 33 selects:
June 19th, 2011
Skip, in two different flannel shirts
December 11th, 2010
Seattle Weekly, always in pursuit of a Pulitzer, ran a cover story on the popularity of jello shots in low-end bars. this shoot was my contribution. Shooting drunks in bars is not that hard. A few snaps and they will start doing the stupidest things for your camera..
May 17th, 2010
I was shooting Emmery & Rye for like 15 minutes when the chef reportedly had a freak and kicked me out (so I was told by Amber, the manager).
June 21st, 2010
May 20th, 2010
Emotional dance work choreographed by Mary Sheldon Scott
September 20th, 2010
May 7th, 2010
Boo, I wonder if the first pic, of the servers coming out loaded with dim sum, will make a nice lead? They were camera shy, but I snatched that one.
May 20th, 2010