The Seattle Seahawks are on their way to their second Super Bowl and I could not be more stoked. After having the opportunity to capture a game on the field this season and talking briefly with Doug Baldwin and Pete Carroll I could not be more of a fan than I ever have in my life. The Seahawks vs Packers game was easily the most amazing football I have ever watched and I have watched it in its entirety again already. Seattle and all the 12s go all out to support the Seahawks and here are some of the photos I have captured over the past couple week around the city of Seattle. Go Hawks! And below is one of my photo of a crowded CenturyLink field I captured way back in 2010. Tomorrow for Blue Friday I plan on posting a bunch of my favorite photos I captured on the field while at the Seahawks game this season. And to stay up to date with all of my photography and video make sure to follow on one or all of the social media networks below: Instagram Youtube Twitter Facebook Tumblr
I had the opportunity to be on the sidelines of the Seattle Seahawks versus New York Giants game in November. I have been going through all the photos from the game and picked a few photos that were some of my favorites and did the somewhat cliche edit of a black and white background with the subject in color. Due to the Seahawks dark uniforms this actually worked out pretty well on the first few edits, so I just kept going. Here’s a few of my edits from when the Seahawks destroyed the New York Giants at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Enjoy and GO HAWKS! And to stay up to date with all of my photography and video make sure to follow on one or all of the social media networks below: Instagram Youtube Twitter Facebook Tumblr
One of our photos of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was converted into an vector image for a coloring contest at the Bellingham Herald! You can see the photo we captured while on the field and the final results below. You still have time to enter by going to The Bellingham Herald and downloading the PDF here. And here are a few of the entries below.
It was the beginning of my last week at The Bellingham Herald and I had the chance to capture photos of the Seattle Seahawks v. the New York Giants. It was an amazing experience to say the least. I had the opportunity to talk with Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin for a few minutes and captured well over 3,000 photos of the Seahawks Seattle’s 38-17 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday, the third straight win for the Seahawks where the defending champs showed glimpses of that title form. Lynch was the workhorse for a record day for the Seahawks offense. He ran for 140 yards and a career-high four touchdowns on runs of 1, 2, 3 and 16 yards. Seattle set a franchise record with 350 yards rushing, the most in the NFL since Kansas City ran for 352 against Indianapolis in 2012. Lynch wasn’t alone. Wilson added 107 yards on 14 carries and a 1-yard TD run with 5:19 left. Christine Michael and Robert Turbin averaged more than 5 yards per carry: Michael finished with 71 yards and Turbin added 32. Seattle is the first NFL team to have a running back rush for four touchdowns and […]
In 2012 no one really knew who these two best friends Doug Baldwin and Richard Sherman were. When I took this photo I had no idea two years down the road they would help bring a Super Bowl to Seattle. I am pretty damn happy one of the Seattle pro teams won a championship and I got to witness it… For the past several weeks I have taken photos of Seahawks 12 man rallies, local residents going to the Super Bowl and pretty much any and everything Seahawks related for The Bellingham Herald. Video from the first 12th Man rally in Bellingham: Video from the second 12th Man rally in Bellingham: