Share Local lacrosse player Cooper Woolston was photographed on assignment for Lacrosse Magazine last month. It was great meeting him and having the chance to spend some time photographing him for the magazine.
Share Recently I had the pleasure of an assignment for a publication of Lakeside creating an Seattle executive portrait of Craig Stewart, president and a trustee of the Apex Foundation, a private family foundation of Jolene and Bruce McCaw with a focus on children, families and education. He currently serves on the board of the […]
Share Travis Shook Trio at Tula’s Earshot Jazz Festival 2011 presented the Travis Shook Trio at Tula’s last Friday and Saturday nights. this was one of my favorite performances of the festival so far. Travis with Matt Jorgensen (drums) and Essiet Essiet (bass) played some really cool sounding jazz from some standards, to Beetles tunes to his own […]
Share I had an assignment recently to photograph Marco Abbruzzese, an executive with Wells Fargo Bank. In spite of the fact that we were 40 stories high over Puget Sound, there was no view of Elliot Bay since we were completely fogged in. I had been hoping to use the view of the Bay but instead […]
Share I love the low intensity light over Puget Sound outside the office window of Dean Bennion, an executive at the Wells Fargo Bank with the Olympic Mountains off hidden in the clouds. Rain was falling over most of the distant mountain skyline except for off in the southern end of the Olympics, the sun […]
Share I had a recent assignment to photograph Greg Campbell and his family. We met at Gasworks park which gave us a variety of backdrops to choose from.
Share Editorial writer Todd Shelton asked me to make a protrait of him for his publications website recently and the weather was great so we shot it outside his Seattle office.
Share The Boeing 777 is a long-range, wide-body twin-engine jet airliner manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. It is the world’s largest twinjet and is commonly referred to as the “Triple Seven”. The aircraft has seating for over 300 passengers and has a range from 5,235 to 9,380 nautical miles, depending on model. Its distinguishing features […]
Share Graphic artist and designer Michael Strassburger co-founder of Seattle Design Studio Modern Dog needed a new head shot and I was tapped for the task. How do you impress a modern dog designer? Not sure but he liked this look made 100% of natural light. It was a little intimidating since Strassburger is one […]
Share Monday night the poet Jorn Ake was in town giving a reading from his latest book at The Elliott Bay Book Company in their new Capital Hill location. it was the first time I had visited Seattle’s legendary independent bookstore new location and was impressed that they very much kept the spirit of the […]
Share Recently I was working on my archive and I stumbled upon this executive portrait of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer which I shot on assignment for Yahoo Business Magazine. Although he did not give me a ton of time Ballmer was very gracious with me despite what I had heard from others. Coincidently Mocrosoft today […]
Share Here are some more pictures from last weeks Tomasz Stanko and his New Quintet performing music from their CD release Dark Eyes Tomasz Stanko and his quartet, featuring pianist Alexi Tuomarila, drummer Olavi Louhivuori, Anders Christensen on bass, and Jakob Bro, on guitar, put on a cool, mesmerizing and memorable performance. Playing smouldering Slavic […]
Share Gebhard Ullman Clarinet Trio performing at the Chapel Performance Space. Wow. I was not sure what to expect from a trio of clarinets coming out of Berlin, but I was blown away by the talents of Gebhard Ullman, Juergen Kupke and Michael Thieke and their music from their opening number as they slowly strolled […]
Share Ingrid Laubrock playing with KRIS DAVIS’S STONE TRIO at Tulas as part of the 2009 Earshot Jazz Festival. Ingrid is a jazz saxophone player (alto, soprano, tenor, and baritone saxes) from Germany who is based in London, England. She is a member of the F-IRE Collective. In 1998, she released her first solo album, […]
Share On another photography assignment for the New York Times I was sent to photograph Armando Batali at Salumi his restaurant and meat processing plant place near Pioneer Square. He is holding some of his signature salumi in this first photo it is a leg of lamb that he cured for Lamb “Prosciutto” in the aging […]
ShareAn assignment came in from the New York Times to photograph a number of restaurants in Seattle that served what the food writer Mark Bittman considerd the “best place to eat salmon in Seattle”. One of the places I went was Cascadia. Chef Kerry Sear first made a name for himself in Seattle at the […]
Share Robert Shiller, American economist, academic, and best-selling author was in town a little while ago and I was assigned to make a portrait of him. Shiller is the Arthur M. Okun Professor of Economics at Yale University and is a Fellow at the Yale International Center for Finance, Yale School of Management. But perhaps […]
Share For an assignment for The Chronicle of Higher Education last week I photographed Sunil K. Aggarwal, above, who is in his final year of an M.D.-Ph.D. program at the University of Washington. They were running an article on him because of his efforts to convince the American Medical Association to help get marijuana reclassified […]
Share At The Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center Thursday night, Wayne Horvitz, Briggan Krauss, and Lê Quan Ninh perform as the Earshot Jazz Spring Series continues strong. Keyboardist Wayne Horvitz, tenor saxophonist Briggan Krauss, and percussionist Lê Quan Ninh, made up a diverse and crackling trio. Their set sparked and crackled with energy […]
Share As Michael Jackson‘s memorial service was being held in L.A., I felt moved to go back to my files and pull up an old negative from the time when I got an assignment to see him perform and photograph him. We were all so much younger, and his music was a dominant note on […]
Share I had a recent assignment at the Metropolitan Grill in Seattle for an airline magazine which called for me to photograph one of their famous Blue Martinis. Shot on location. It went down easy as I was packing up the lights and tasted good after all was put away. Photograph by Seattle Photographer Daniel […]
Share Recently I photographed the legendary bass player for Guns N’ Roses Duff McKagan for Playboy. The Seattle native is writing a column called “Appetite For Investment” financial advice for Playboy.com readers. I made this photograph outside the Seattle climbing outfitters shop, Feathered Friends, where Duff was shopping for some warm clothing and sleeping bag […]
Share Three time Grammy Award winner Antonio Sanchez brought his quartet to Jazz Alley tonight and blistered. Playing off of the saxophone tandem of Chris Potter and David Sanchez, and with veteran bassist Scott Colley, they played through a number of the songs on their 2007 album Migration. “On a jazz scene brimming over with […]