I ventured to Myrtle Edwards Park to capture some photos and a time-lapse videos of the “Let There Be Light” art installation in Seattle. “Let There Be Light” is be a celebration of the Seattle waterfront, it’s history, it’s people, and it’s light shining the way into the future. The art on the Pier 86 Grain Terminal featured two different projection art installations from Northwest artists. The series is running from Dec 11 – Dec 21st, 2019. Learn more about the event HERE.
Every fall and winter when the fog rolls into Seattle I watch every webcam to make sure I don’t miss when the fog hits the right spot. 2018 was no different and I woke up before sunrise for nearly 7 days straight to make sure I didn’t miss anything. I ventured to Kerry Park, West Seattle and Capitol Hill to try and find that perfect vantage point. I think my favorite shot of this fall Pacific Northwest fog season was the singular Space Needle shot with the Olympics in the background. Hoping we will get some more foggy sunrises and sunsets before the year ends. Some of these photos edited into to timelapses-videos will debut in an upcoming documentary about the Space Needle as well. A few of my favorite photos below.
For years I have driven past Sam Smith Park in Seattle and never really explored it. Thanks to a random day off in the middle of the week I ventured to the park and it is now officially one of my favorite places for fall color photos and to just hangout. I also found a couple of small skate spots and cruised through the tunnel to the other side to view I-90.
Paul Allen passed away in October of 2018 and Seattle mourned the passing of the co-founder of Microsoft, owner of the Seahawks and so much more. On the weekend of Nov. 2-4 the Seattle cityscape turned blue and I ventured around the city capturing photos of some of the blue landmarks like the Space Needle, Amazon Sphere, Columbia Tower, Great Wheel and more.
The folks over at Borealis, A Festival Of Light reached out online letting me know about the festival coming to Seattle’s South Lake Union. I made some blog post on Do206.com letting Seattle know and planned on attending myself. The BOREALIS, a festival of light debuted in Seattle on October 11-14 2018, at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) on South Lake Union and I am glad I attended the first night to witness the spectacle. The video recap below features several timelapses in the beginning edited to the music of Cuff Lynx and the two final portions were full video of two of the light artists. Learn more at: borealisfestivaloflight.com
I spend a lot of time capturing photos of Seattle as a hobby and for some of my clients. I always enjoying setting up a tripod and enjoying the pristine view of the Emerald City. I started building out a list of my favorite iconic Seattle photos spots and you can see the beginning of that below. THE CLICHE, EASY TO GET, UNDER THE SPACE NEEDLE PHOTO We have all been there, captured that photo and should continue to do so. Thank you World’s Fair for this amazing building. When is the World’s Fair coming back? KERRY PARK | THE POSTCARD VIEW Kerry Park is the iconic view of downtown Seattle where it appears the Space Needle is the largest building in the city and is right in the middle. On a nice day this park is packed with photographers, tourists and walkers stopping to take in the view. Get there at least an hour early if you are trying to capture the sunset from a good spot with a tripod. Make sure to get a spot to the right of the park on the dirt mound. It’s the best spot to get the full city in our opinion. PIKE […]
I captured photos and video of the Blue Angels and Fat Albert during Seafair 2018. It’s always fun to watch the aircraft fly around Seattle and Lake Washington. Next year I need to capture it from the lake though. I hope you enjoy the photos and video.
I live in Capitol Hill and have been celebrating Pride each year and this year I even built out a full Guide To Pride for Do206 and Carter Subaru and created some promo videos. I ventured out to capture some photos of the Capitol Hill and Seattle Center Pridefests last weekend and here’s a round up of photos of Pride 2018 in Seattle. A few scenes from the Capitol Hill Pridefest. A few scenes from the Seattle Center Pridefest and Pride Parade. And my dog Charlie celebrating Pride. He was a trooper and braved the crowds on Sunday.
I had the opportunity to capture photos of the MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes at MoPop in Seattle for Do206.com and my nerdy self LOVED it. I got there early right at 10:15am, so it wouldn’t be very crowded and was still the 7th person in the exhibit. The intro video about the history of Marvel even brought a tear to my eye since Marvel comics impacted me so much growing up and I still read them to this day. One of my prized childhood positions is owning the first Wolverine comic books (issues 1-4) and to see some of the artwork on display. It was cool to see some of the Marvel Cinematic Universe wardrobes and to read about the origin stories of some of the heros. I didn’t want to include too many photos because you need to go see it for yourself! Spider-Man was my favorite part, so I animated this photo I captured of the exhibit you can see below. And on that note, until next time friends!
I spend quite a bit of time venturing to different parks and trails around Seattle to walk my dog, take photos and enjoy a little bit of nature. I created a guide featuring the Best Walks In Seattle over on Do206.com and wanted to list a few of my favorites here as well. Mercer Slough Nature Park Located in Bellevue, the Mercer Slough Nature Park offers a sizable wildland escape right in the city of Bellevue. The park offers 7.1 miles of hiking area, a canoe trail, seasonal blueberry farm, picnic areas, restrooms, the Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center and more. Seattle Waterfront When it comes to generating heaping amounts of city view jealousy few sites are quite as valuable as the Seattle Waterfront. Seriously, after seeing months of grey, just getting in a five second view of the Puget Sound ringed by the tree filled/snow capped Cascade mountains makes you realize just how good we have it. Thats why we like to hit up the Waterfront trail by Myrtle Edwards park which has both bike and pedestrian paths that include SAM’s Olympic Sculpture Park as well as access to the classic waterfront and shops. Discovery Park When most people […]