The fun thing about shooting people in Seattle is that this town is full of compelling and ambitious artists. Mark Siano and his good friend Tommy Smith had been planning
I first met Ray Tagavilla in the fall of 2010 when he was playing an omniscient bartender in Café Nordo’s Sauced and then would often run into him at fun Seattle soirées.
My ideal personality to photograph is one who is charismatic, intriguing, and doesn’t hold back. Lucky for me, New York Playwright Tommy Smith was in Seattle during the production of
My lovely friend, Erika, is a PHD student studying Chinese Anthropology. She has the most amazing stories of her adventures in Beijing, stories that include dumplings and liechi beer! (Oh my!)
TO ENTER: Find the answers to these TWO questions from recent blog posts 1. What was your favorite part of the “What’s In Your Closet Miss Opal Peachey” video? 2.
listen to ‘Wrapping up cover shot for G.I. Jobs magazine w @blackrapid @thinktankphoo @3leggedthing @nastyclamp’ on Audioboo Last month I had the opportunity to photograph for G.I. Jobs Magazine, a
Gear: Kit: BlackRapid – RS-W1 women’s sling strap Think Tank Photo – Retrospective® 10 (Pinestone) Shoulder Bag 3 Legged Thing – monopod Bob & AH2 Ballhead Westcott – Micro Apollo Nasty
The winner is… Annie Brown-Garner! Peachy video fave: I love when she says Modern Love Sparkletard. AND the quote from White Hot is: “PS: What do you consider your greatest
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I love the twinkle lights! Lucky for me, they are everywhere this time of year. One of my favorite displays is Candy Cane Lane in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle. Since 1941,