Thursday, February 18, 2010

Pratt Valentines Card

I have been working with the Pratt Fine Art Center for some time now. They featured one of my images in a mailer for Valentines Day.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Enjoy the Scenery, Duwamish River, Seattle, WA

I've been working on a project about the Duwamish River and its troubled waters. Jamie reads a sign at a shipping terminal that was converted into a nature park and habitat for some birds. Space is a luxury in the industrial section of town.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Joel Hill in My Old Kitchen, Seattle, WA

Joel and I used to play a lot of music together. I mean a lot of music. We were in a group called the royal we, a group called porky and the spokes, a group called mr. nixon, and probably more that I don't remember. Ah, college. He is to this day the best drummer I have ever seen.
These days, Joel spends his time recording bands as well as playing in and around the greater Parker, CO area. See his work here.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

TLR Self Portrait, Detroit, MI

I took this a long time ago and am just getting around to scanning and editing lots of film. This was taken in the living room at my parents' home. I'm pretty sure I still look like this today.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Jackson Late Comers, Jackson, WY

A few of these are still bouncing around in my work flow. For some reason, I can't push them to the archives just yet.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Looking East on Tiger Mountain Summit #3, Issaquah, WA

Jamie and I made a brief foray into the wild Cascade Foothills and made it to the top of the third summit of Tiger Mountain. It was an massively popular trail with patrons including trail runners, countless dogs, tourists, enthusiasts, and locals comfortable enough with the grade to be talking loudly on cell phones. I was more impressed that they had the energy to carry on a conversation than I was annoyed. The best part was definitely the pine trees.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Alki Tidal Walk, Seattle, WA

On Friday, the sound experienced a neap tide. A neap tide is when the sun cancels out the pressure of the moon, resulting in the water level dropping to its minimum (thanks jamie). The peak was some time around 10 pm and, despite a full moon, headlamps were a necessity to see anything.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010