Tags archives: photography

gold rush

gold rush

It is time, apparently, for a quarterly update. I'm crossing streams a bit here, bringing a few snapshots from Mirah's recent visit. I was honored to drop in and watch Jherek Bischoff record his arrangements on her [devastatingly beautiful] new record. That sweet sun soaked single mic'ed process isn't conducive to a lot of shutter clicks, sadly, but this gives a qu[...]

skillet cookbook:  the last juicy teaser

When I think about tomorrow's holiday, I think about burgers. Okay, fireworks THEN burgers, but still. And to me, 'burger' means one thing now: SKILLET. I am so excited that in one week Joshua Henderson's beautiful book will be out in the real world. It's been a long time coming, but I feel like summer can officially start, ideally with a kale caesar, half a nute[...]

spring in spain

spring in spain

My last international trip for a bit. Or, possibly, my last trip at all for the next... few months? Year? Fall promises that I'll have my hands full at home. I could explain this trip in words or I could give you the photos, there's no space and time to do both. The photos won. Here's to documenting my own hometown in the same way, soon. Thanks to those in th[...]

búcsú

búcsú

In two weeks Dianna is going to Hungary. She has been my cohort, roommate, collaborator, muse, confidant, and more. On August 17th I'll just start counting down the days until she returns; until then, we spent a whirlwind two hours documenting some of the spots in Ballard that have been most dear to her. [...]

Swedish

Swedish

Writing this from home, where I'm knee deep in homemade soup, kombucha, and a dose or two of dayquil. We made it through all of that travel only to get sick at the end. Good timing, I suppose, given the amount of work there was to do. Another departure looms 6 days away [tour with John friggin' Vanderslice] so I'm thinking all the posi healing vibes I can. Spea[...]