The Seattle Selfie Museum is officially open for business in Post Alley right by Pike Place Market. It was fun to goof around with my buddy Corey (yeah, that’s us riding giant crayons) and capture some different photos than what everyone else was doing. It costs $29 on weekdays and $34 on weekends for a full hour of photo action. Take a look at some of the photos below and if you want to go shoot at the museum don’t hesitate to reach out. I already have ideas for new photos.
I ventured to Volunteer Park in Seattle with Molly and Chris and their adorable daughter Ella for a quick family portrait session. We lucked out on some nice fall weather and wandered around the park to capture some portraits for their seasonal holiday card. Here’s a few photos below.
I recently ventured south to Tacoma, Washington to capture some senior portraits of my godson Zach. It was my first time shooting in Wright Park and it was a true pleasure. The fountains, bridge, colorful trees and clean backgrounds made for a pretty good senior portrait session in my opinion. I always try and make sure I got photos the parents will enjoy and the senior. A few of my favorite are below!
I recently had the opportunity to capture photos for Boberck with one of my longtime friends Anna Douglas. Boberck is a family-ran business built as one of South America’s finest department stores. Since 1970 they have been perfecting crossing oceans to bring their customers one of a kind products. They specialize in German leather jackets that are light and waterproof and that is what my shoot with Anna focused on as you can see below. They also did a blog post about the shoot that you can read about over on there website (CLICK HERE). Take a look at a few behind the scenes shots and then see the finished products, now available on the website. New photos up on our site! Our latest #blog is up detailing the day we were lucky enough to spend with @equalmotion and @annadouglasyoga! Check it out now to see the updates! #fashion #photography #quality A post shared by Boberck (@boberck) on Mar 1, 2017 at 3:02pm PST
The Seattle Waterfront is getting revitalized and SG3 Strategies has a huge role in the project. We recently worked with them to capture some unique images for their website and marketing efforts. We always love working with Seattle business owners and entrepreneurs to help to tell their story. Here’s just a few of the photos we captured for John and Scott of SG3 Strategies. ✓Captured portraits of the clients ✓Took photos of the unique imagery of Seattle for their website ✓Created images that were centered around water to be used in marketing material ✓Captured photos of the two SG3 work sites currently in process ✓Created general stock photos for web use Those are just some of the photos we captured for SG3 Strategies and we are excited to continue to document their projects and the evolution of the Seattle infrastructure.
I had the pleasure of capturing Becky and Tony Spencer’s wedding at Leifer Manor in Marysville, Washington a week ago. It was a beautiful ceremony and setting for a wedding and luckily the rain stayed away for the wedding day. Here are some of my favorite photos from the big day. You can checkout more of my wedding photos by clicking here. I do shoot two weddings a year and am booked for 2016, but if you would like to me to shoot your wedding in 2017 I still have one spot open and feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are looking for portraits or a wedding photographer feel free to contact me at email@example.com If you are looking to purchase prints of my photos, cell phone cases, t-shirts, bags and even shower curtains on my FineArtAmerica account here: Fine Art America Prints Follow along on: Instagram Twitter Facebook Tumblr
Last week I met up with Mercer Island high senior Graham to capture some senior portraits. When his mom contacted me about capturing photos she also asked if I could capture some photos of him longboarding also. Naturally, the answer was yes. I met up with Graham and his brother and parents and the Washington Park Arboretum to capture the traditional portraits. After that we ventured to one of my local skate spots to capture another unique set of photos for him. It was a blast and it really gives some diversity to the photos that he can use in graduation announcements, yearbook photos or just to keep for memories. Anyways, if you are looking for senior portraits for your son or daughter and live in the Seattle area feel free to shoot me an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Been kinda busy hunting for apartments in Seattle, buying a new car and preparing for the new job at DB Skimboards/DB Longboards, but I need to catch up on some blog posts. I also redid my website over the course of the weekend. I have really enjoyed my time capturing football photos this season thus far and before the season began I had the opportunity to meet some of the players. I spent a week capturing portraits of Whatcom County high school football players for the 2014 Bellingham Herald Football Preview section. I also ended up designing the cover of the special section also (you can see that above). Below you can see some of the portraits that ran inside the special section.
I was given the task to create some portraits for the Ski to Sea special section that The Bellingham Herald puts out each year. I used a ring flash and a random wall in the basement of The Bellingham Herald building to create all of these portraits. I also had a bunch of photos from last year’s race run in the special section and will be back up on the mountain covering the cross country and downhill legs of the race again this year.