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 with. [...]
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.
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.
Some weddings are memorable because the couple are so photogenic. Others because the location is memorable. At this wedding both elements were resent. It was a special wedding on Whidbey Island back when the weather was so warm and dry. On a beautiful clear day in mid-September, Morgan and Caleb were married at the family beach house [...]
Brought Ema into the studio for a series of jump portraits recently. Here is one of them.
Wendy and Matt have been together for a number of years so they were not as nervous before the ceremony as some couples are. They just wanted to have fun and that is what they did with their friends and family. Purple was the color of the day with the bridesmaids dresses and flowers spotting this [...]
Pilar Herrero and Diogo Bezerra had their wedding ceremony and reception at a very Northwest style Woodinville hotel, the Willows Lodge and its fabulous gardens. Pilar and Diogo are both extremely good looking and a lot of fun to be around and photograph. Thanks to Jenn Wennman, of Willows Lodge who helped coordinate their day. Here are a few [...]
Out and about on Halloween these local Ballard girls are set to head off on their mission of the evening.
A wedding group photo of less than 100 people was not too difficult on the terrace of the Hotel 1000 after the wedding of Dee Duangdao and Allen Wang on August 12th. We just removed some of the chairs and arranged the remainder in a row for a front row to be seated and the [...]
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 the [...]
I have always loved this stand of trees at Golden Gardens beach. We were there on Sunday for the wedding of a good friend. It is a beautiful place for a wedding when the weather cooperates as it did last weekend.
Last Saturday I had the privilege of shooting Sarah and Mat’s beautiful wedding at Red Barn Studios along with Laurie Dix and Monica Frisell. It was such a beautiful day. The weather was fine, slightly overcast, just great for pictures outdoors. The wedding celebration was filled with joy and lots of love and dancing. Krista Herman [...]
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.
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 WPJA
After a play session with his sister Luna, Charlie was tuckered out in need of a nap. I wanted to make a picture of him so I gave him a snack. I wanted to make a picture of him so I gave him a snack. He did not stay up long. Seattle photographer Daniel Sheehan, [...]
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 of [...]
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 announced [...]
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 he [...]
This past week I got another assignment for The Chronicle of Higher Education here in Seattle. This time it was a portrait of Rafael I. Pardo, an Associate Professor at Seattle University School of Law. The news article was headlined “Supreme Court Considers Case About Excusing Student Debt Through Bankruptcy” and it was about a [...]