Friday, December 19, 2008

Urban Continuity, or How to Not Sell Out

I love whoever owns this house.

Snowy Seattle

I went for a walk this morning to catch some of the good light. Well, also partly to shake off the effects of one too many Jolly Rogers with Ben, then again drinking two is one too many.

Life as a Second Shooter

I had the pleasure of assisting Alex Rubin at Kristan and Sheena's beautiful south Seattle Wedding. It was cold, but lots of fun. For the last month and a half, I have been interning with Alex part time. After going through countless images at his home studio, it was awesome to get out into the field and put in some camera time. Plus, he was test-driving the 5D MkII on this shoot, which makes everything better.

A Long Goodbye at Seatac

The End of a Quarter

This is my friend Dan. He is really good at darts. Especially when he throws them backwards.

Things Have Been Well

Sunday, November 23, 2008

My New Office

I need some stuff for the walls and a plant. We should swap prints. Holler if you are into it.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Our New Backyard

Jamie and I went on a hike this weekend. For the first time in just about two months, we managed to get outside of the city limits and into some fresh, if not wet and cold, mountain air. What we thought would be a nice hike up a creek turned into the discovery of a 30 foot waterfall. Water sprayed and wind whipped as the water exploded off of the earth probably ten feet in front of us. My mind kept racing back to the falls in Costa Rica and how, though these falls were surely smaller, it seemed much more wild and dangerous...truly a spirit of the west moment. We both stood there until our clothes were wet from the spray.