Share I photographed Lila last week for her modeling portfolio and the light at the beach was fantastic.
Share Recently was asked to photograph Asma for a professional portrait and we were both happy with the results.
Share Recently I was asked by a client Heidi to photograph her daughter Ariel. She was so sweet. It was a joy to photograph her.
Share Had a fun time making photographs of Carmen and Dave at Carkeek Park.
Share Jana and Dana in the garden before Dana went home to Slovakia. We all had a great visit this summer.
Share A recent executive portrait of Deb Arnold turned out really well we both thought. Here is one of the results.
Share A recent assignment was to photograph the staff of a local interior design firm and this one I would like to feature here.
Share John and Mira in Berkley, last weekend. Mira is 3 months and so sweet.
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 I photographed two-term Seattle City Councilman Tim Burgess recently at his home and was warmly welcomed by him and his family. I wish him all the best in his bid for mayor this fall.
Share Recently had the pleasure of photographing Deb Arnold’s family when they came to visit. It was surprise gift for them and they were so happy to be able to get together again and have some great pictures to remember the occasion.
Share I was assigned to photograph Rev. Dr. Bernice King on her visit to the campus of Seattle Pacific University for Reaponse magazine. Dr.King is the daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King. As one of today’s leading speakers, King is author of Hard Questions, Heart Answers. She was on campus to […]
Share Once again it that time of year when I hear from the usual clients for their annual Family Portrait to send out on a holiday greeting card. Recently I photographed Tim Narby and his family at their Seattle winery Note Bene Cellars. Tim and Carol make some fabulous wine, some of my favorite wine […]
Share Gaye Anderson, owner and operator of the New Orleans Creole Restaurant, in Pioneer Square for 27 years, died. Gaye will be sorely misssed by the Seattle Jazz community. Her establishment has been a mainstay for great jazz and good food for a longt time. In 2005, Miss Anderson was inducted into the Seattle Jazz Hall […]
Share Frieda was almost one week old when I was invited to drop by and say hello. A beautiful baby girl with very long fingers. She will grow up and be a concert pianist I have no doubt Here are a few of my favorite images of her and her parents.
Share I photographed Martin Hayes playing at the Triple Door with Dennis Cahill. Martin Hayes is regarded as one of the most extraordinary talents to emerge in the world of Irish traditional music. His unique sound, his mastery of his chosen instrument – the violin – his acknowledgement of the past and his shaping of […]
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 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 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 Seattle City Councilman Tim Burgess, above, being interviewed by a local TV station on Election night, outside City Councilwoman Sally Clark‘s election party at Merchant’s Cafe. Burgess was commenting on his re- election victory and the passing with a strong margin of the Families and Education Levy which he supported. I had an excellent time yesterday on […]
Share At Tula’s on Monday Earshot Jazz Festival 2011 presented a special jazz lesson from soulful, searing alto saxophonist Wessell “Warm Daddy” Anderson, with Phill Sparks on bass, Bill Anschell, piano and D’Vonne Lewis, drums. Check out the Earshot Jazz Festival Schedule to see what’s next in the 2011 Festival lineup. A former member of the […]
Share Tula’s Restaurant and Jazz Club owner Mack Waldron poses in front of the Club on the east side of Second Avenue, between Blanchard and Bell St. Tula’s presents the best of the local jazz scene 6 nights a week. Mack was a pleasure to photograph a few days ago. He has a constant twinkle […]
Share Here is a portrait of a performer at the Solstice Parade. Still have a lot of images to sort through. Photograph by Seattle photographer Daniel Sheehan, a Seattle photographer who specializes in people and portraits and travels to photograph weddings in an artistic and unobtrusive photojournalist style. Named best Seattle wedding photographer by the […]