I wanted to test out my soft box a bit at the “golden hour” of sunset and see if I couldn’t take some more interesting photos with the amazing view in the background. Gas works park is special. People converging to a single point to enjoy the view, the weather and company. There might be … Read More
My girlfriend and I went out the gasworks park to look at the lunar eclipse monday night but we couldn’t see anything because of the fog. We decided instead to go exploring around that area and we wondered into an area we probably were not supposed to be. There was so much erie crap … Read More
My buddy PGEE asked me if I wanted to do a photo shoot for a Zine called “DRUG SCHOOL.” Which is basically debauchery refined to a purified state. There’s usually a lot of cool art in here even if your not into drugs, also a lot of interesting interviews. Every Issue comes with some buttons which … Read More
I woke up this morning to the sweet, sweet surprise that only comes with finding out that you have the day off. This is one of the rewards of never looking at my own schedule. I like to keep things exciting for myself. To my dismay I was overwhelmed with the possibilities of such my … Read More
I decided to to try and take some pictures of the textures in my neighborhood of Wallingford. The shots with my bike and the landscapes are from the first big bike ride I have done on my Masi road bike! Twenty-eight miles and a pair of soggy socks later I got these shots on the … Read More
Just a few photos I took with my work buddies over at www.thefoundryclothing.com. It was a super good night didn’t rain, we had a fire going and we had a bb gun
The cherry blossoms are blooming in our back yard and I was itching to try out some new lighting equipment! It feels pretty great playing around with this photography stuff and getting a better handle on it. P.s soft boxes are amazing, and so are cherry blossoms!
One of the many places in Seattle where you know you just really shouldn’t go adventuring. Curiosity got the better of me this time and I succumbed to the mysteries of the unknown. The contents of this “rustic” dwelling was just as I pictured. Sad, depressing, intriguing, & nostalgic. Discarded photographs on the ground lying … Read More
I had my camera with me just in time to catch some torrential rain in Seattle. People were running for cover every which way, waves of water were being up turned towards the sidewalk.