Archive For The “Cameras, Photos, Etc.” Category

American Pharoah + The Belmont Stakes = The Triple Crown

By | June 6, 2015


I have loved horses my whole life. When I was six or seven, I remember I had a framed lithograph drawing of Man ‘O War on my bedroom wall. In elementary school, I took riding lessons every week for five years in hopes that one day I might own a horse.  At home in Evansiville, […]

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Family Portraits

By | January 4, 2014

Each year, I shoot a handful of family portraits, usually outdoors in the fall so people have photos for their holiday cards. The sessions are always unpredictable, depending on the mood of the kids, the patience of the parents and the weather. I have photographed my good friends Joe and Sara Cerrell every year since […]

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Twelve Nine Twelve – Marriage Equality in Washington

By | December 11, 2012

On December 9, 2012, same-sex marriage became legal in Washington State, one of the first states to do so by popular vote. Wedding ceremonies began at 12:01 a.m. that day. My friend Florangela Davila, an independent radio journalist, and I were at the King County Courthouse to document the wedding ceremonies performed by Judge Mary Yu. […]

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Postcards from Las Vegas

By | June 5, 2012

Just back from a fun weekend in Las Vegas! I decided to leave the “real” cameras at home and just shoot with my iPhone. I took most of these images with an app called Camera Plus, using a post-production app called SnapSeed. We stayed at the Golden Nugget in the older part of Las Vegas […]

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By | March 14, 2012

I shot production stills for “Eden,” a movie about sex trafficking in the United States, based on the true story of Chong Kim. The film, directed by Megan Griffiths and starring Jamie Chung, Matt O’Leary and Beau Bridges, premiered this week at SXSW in Austin, TX. “Eden” is getting great reviews at the festival, as […]

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Chuck Nelson, President and CEO at the WAC

By | March 7, 2012

I recently photographed former NFL kicker and punter Chuck Nelson for the cover of the Washington Athletic Club magazine. Chuck, who was also a star football player at the University of Washington, was recently named President and CEO at the WAC. I photographed Chuck, with and without his wife Nanette on the UW campus. We […]

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The Statue of Freedom

By | February 9, 2012

I recently received an inquiry from someone wishing to purchase a signed print of a  photo I took almost 20 years ago in Washington DC. This is the The Statue of Freedom, which sits on top of the U.S. Capitol.  I found the original transparency, scanned it and made versions in color, B&W and sepia. […]

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Shake it like a Polaroid

By | June 27, 2011

  Took off to Green Lake Park in Seattle last week with my old Polaroid 180 camera in tow. I bought this camera back in 1988 to use when shooting portraits with multiple lights.  The camera has adjustable shutter speed and aperture settings plus a sync outlet so I could trigger my lights with the […]

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Seattle Scenes

By | June 13, 2011

It’s mid-June and the sun is finally starting to shine here in Seattle. I’ve been thinking of images that I’ve taken recently and over the past couple of years that characterize this beautiful and quirky Northwest city where I live. Thought I would share them with you………..        

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Me and My Leica in Africa

By | March 9, 2011

      I recently returned from a three-week trip to Africa, on back-to-back assignments for two different foundation/non-profit groups. I traveled to Nairobi, Kenya, Rwanda, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. One of the assignments was for a group I have worked with before, the Eastern Congo Initiative. I traveled with founder Ben […]

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