Posts Tagged ‘editorial photography’

Dineen Vineyard

Dineen Vineyard

Share Recently I  accompanyed Tim Narby of Note Bene Winery to drop bins at Ciel du Cheval and return with harvested grapes from Arianses Vineyard and Dineen Vineyard (Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot from Arianses; Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc from Dineen). It was a great trip and wonderful to see where the […]

Carlos Cascante y su Tumbao

Carlos Cascante y su Tumbao

Share     I began covering the 6th annual  Bellevue Jazz Festival  at Bakes Place last month.  Carlos Cascante y su Tumbao is a six-piece Latin Jazz band that plays a variety of rhythms from Boleros to Timba and Joropo to Danzón. This exhilarating group was comprised of some of the Puget Sound area’s hottest musicians who hail […]

Red Barn Greta - Red Barn Studios in Chehalis WA.

Red Barn Greta – Red Barn Studios in Chehalis WA.

Share   On Spring Break from school, I took Claire and her friend Clara off on a road trip. First stop was Red Barn Studios in Chehalis WA. where we spent some time with Jason and Laurie and their new dog Greta. Made me wish I had brought our dogs fro her to meet and play […]


Portrait of Cooper Woolston

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.

Earshot Jazz Festival - JD Allen Trio

Earshot Jazz Festival – JD Allen Trio

Share As part of this year’s  Earshot Jazz Festival, the JD Allen Trio performed at Poncho Hall at Cornish College in an amazing set that was one of the highlights of the festival in my book. Hailed by the New York Times as “a tenor saxophonist with an enigmatic, elegant and hard-driving style,” JD Allen is a […]

Andy Clausen’s Wishbone at Earshot Jazz Festival

Andy Clausen’s Wishbone at Earshot Jazz Festival

Share Andy Clausen’s Wishbone played at the  ILLSLEY BALL NORDSTROM RECITAL HALL AT BENAROYA HALL last Saturday on the 2nd night of the Earshot Jazz Festival 2012 Composer and trombonist Andy Clausen gained significant national attention for his music while still a student in the acclaimed Roosevelt High School Jazz Band, before moving to New York City […]


Bellevue Jazz Festival - Hubert Laws Quintet

Bellevue Jazz Festival – Hubert Laws Quintet

ShareHubert Laws performed at the the 5th annual Bellevue Jazz Festival at the Meydenbauer Center  on Saturday June 2nd. Internationally-renowned flutist Hubert Laws is one of the few classical artists who has also mastered jazz, pop, and rhythm-and-blues genres – moving effortlessly from one repertory to another. Winner of the prestigious 2011 NEA Jazz Masters Award, Laws […]

Clayton Brothers Quintet at Bellevue Jazz Festival

Clayton Brothers Quintet at Bellevue Jazz Festival

Share Thursday night at the Meydenbauer Center,  the Clayton Brothers Quintet  put on an impressive performance as part of the 5th annual  Bellevue Jazz Festival  which started on Weds May 3th. The GRAMMY-nominated Clayton Brothers Quintet was formed in 1977 by brothers John and Jeff, and while their paths sometimes diverged, the brothers continue to share a common musical […]

Architectural Photography  Portland House by Jill Lewis

Architectural Photography Portland House by Jill Lewis

Share I was commissioned to photograph another beautiful house by architect Jill Lewis. this time it was a house in Portland, OR. Once again it was a house I felt comfortable in right away. Here are some of the pictures of it at different times of day.


Corporate Executive Portait

Corporate Executive Portait

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 […]

View of Snoqualmie Falls From Salish Lodge

View of Snoqualmie Falls From Salish Lodge

Share Recently at an event at Salish Lodge where I was working, I noticed  the view from the window looking out over the falls.  It was late afternoon and the sun was getting ready to set but was still spotlighting the hillside above the fall. The falls were going strong with a great volume of […]

Seattle City Councilman Tim Burgess Wins 2nd Term

Seattle City Councilman Tim Burgess Wins 2nd Term

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 […]


Boeing Commercial Airplane Assembly - The Boeing 777

Boeing Commercial Airplane Assembly – The Boeing 777

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 […]

Seattle Design Studio Modern Dog's Graphic Artist and Designer Michael Strassburger

Seattle Design Studio Modern Dog’s Graphic Artist and Designer Michael Strassburger

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 […]

Poet Jorn Ake

Poet Jorn Ake

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 […]


Jurgen Moltmann

Jurgen Moltmann

Share Jürgen Moltmann, a German Protestant theologian, was in Seattle for a talk, not long ago and I was assigned by Seattle Pacific University to photograph him for their alumni publication Response. He was very interesting to photograph and I enjoyed hearing him speak about his book Theology of Hope. His liberation theology is also […]

Portrait of A Photographer - Remembering Eisie | Life Magazine Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt At 90

Portrait of A Photographer – Remembering Eisie | Life Magazine Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt At 90

Share Recently I was reminded of a talk given by photographer Alec Soth at the Seattle Art Museum. He talked about his development as a fine art photographer from his early days up to the present and showed a lot of samples of his work. He answered questions at the end and discussed how he goes […]

 USS NEW JERSEY (BB62)| Seattle Editorial Stock Photographer

USS NEW JERSEY (BB62)| Seattle Editorial Stock Photographer

Share Recently I got a request from a textbook publisher for an image I shot from a helicopter on assignment (back on Sept 12th 1999) of the USS New Jersey being moved away from the dock in Bremerton WA. She was on her last ocean voyage. She was one big ship with a lot of […]