Posts Tagged ‘photojournalism’

Polar Bear Plunge

Polar Bear Plunge

Share On the first day of a new year many people feel the desire to plunge in the very cold water of the Puget Sound or other large body of water. My wife Jana was overcome with just such a desire and I photographed her swimming at Golden Gardens.

Cafe Besalu Sunday Morning Sidewalk Lineup in Ballard

Cafe Besalu Sunday Morning Sidewalk Lineup in Ballard

ShareWent to Cafe Besalu this morning and had to photograph this girl wearing gold lame high heels and sweat pants and t shirt with a beautiful border collie outside waiting in line. Wonder how her Saturday night went.  

Earshot Jazz Festival - Elina Duni Quartet

Earshot Jazz Festival – Elina Duni Quartet

Share   Elina Duni and her quartet performed at Cornish College’s PONCHO CONCERT HALL as the 2012 Earshot Jazz Festival proceeds. Albanian vocalist Elina Duni, who  was a treat to hear, appeared with fellow ECM recording artists pianist Colin Vallon, bassist Patrice Moret and drummer Norbert Pfammatter on her first U.S. tour this fall. Her new […]


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 […]


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 […]