There are people you just know you were meant to meet. Like Lia Rose. Like Lia and her beautiful husband Remco. [The story of how they found each other just about knocked me flat, but it is theirs to tell; you should ask them about it.] When I met them a few years ago at Cafe du Nord, I was instantly charmed. We've kept in touch through tours and travels, and I r[...]
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I usually like to share the backstory on my shoots, but this one would be a long story to tell. We'll just give it the shorthand of 'best friend moving into new apartment.' Concise and true. We wanted to capture this sweet space where she spent the last two years, before she moves on to bigger + better things. These photos make me grateful that I take photos, that[...]
You've probably seen Rae on this site before. It's hard to keep my camera off her and her beautiful family. Racheal and Kirk and Kiddo are a little dream team! We decided to celebrate Kiddo's one year birthday with a family portrait session. Kiddo reminded me HE was in charge by throwing every idea out the window in favor of running around in his sweet boots. He'[...]
My first ever group show was curated by Laurie Kearney. For years she's brought art to Seattle - in fact, all over the city. Ghost Gallery popped up in some of the best spots around town, and even settled in with the amazing Gossamer Collective for a while. However, as of last night, Ghost Gallery is a real place in the real world. 504 E Denny was filled to the br[...]
Seattle, WA to Pullman, WA for the Birds on a Wire festival. Pullman, WA to Spokane, WA. Spokane, WA to home. And all the colors in between. 48 hours on the road.