The theme for this was Pirates Going Barhopping. We had three of the incomparable Seafair Pirates as models: Doug “Barnacle” Kuehne, Mike “Sparrow” Knowlton, and Kerry “Ancient One” Dean.
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June 8th, 2010
May 29th, 2011
The assignment was to have a home workout room that looked like the 1980′s, with an aerobics VHS tape playing.
April 10th, 2008
Seattle’s cab drivers were outraged at King County’s taxi licensing policies. The climax was a public meeting with all the taxi drivers taking out their frustrations on one pasty county bureaucrat who obviously didn’t know much about the lives of the drivers who’s livelihood the county was threatening.
April 21st, 2011
May 17th, 2010
This was a cover shoot for Seattle Weekly, and it was very satisfying. The boy in the ball gown is Nicholas Terry, creator of the film Senior Prom. Terry’s film is a mocumentary of his high school prom, made on an $800 budget. Plus, he got his film into Seattle International Film Festival!
May 3rd, 2010
Huong Binh, at 12th + Jackson. Unusual Hue-style Vietnamese cuisine. I love the Banh Beo Chen!
May 20th, 2010
April 27th, 2010
El Mestizo was fun to shoot. They weren’t camera shy in the least.
May 29th, 2011
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April 29th, 2011
June 21st, 2010
This was just the best, funnest shoot in a while. I love being a photographer and pushing right to the front of the crowd. I just say excuse me I need to take some pictures! In any case, HalloQueen, the Queen tribute band was awesome and hilarious at the same time.
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:
June 25th, 2010
Boo, I think the first three are the best shots for the food lead. They capture the warm and easy-going atmosphere pretty well. The bartender is named Nathan, if you want to ID him. The place is really is called Tavern Law. I captioned the food shots, so that should make the slideshow go together […]
January 10th, 2010
I’ve been shooting dance photography for years. My work with the Maureen Whiting Company, Scott/Powell, Amy O’Neal’s Locust, and the (sadly defunct) 33 Fainting Spells has been particularly satisfying.
July 28th, 2010
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.
June 22nd, 2010
One of the great many restaurants I shot in Seattle. It seems to still be around as of 2013.
August 3rd, 2010
June 28th, 2010
November 29th, 2010
Compostitional study: Some model shots. I like the relaxed, more natural shots best.