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It’s that time where we have an onslaught of “best of” lists and trips down memory lane. It’s a given that I’m going to click through just about an gallery that involves photography and thought I’d round them up here on the blog so I could have a spot to find them again, and so you could check them out too. I’ll give an update note when I add more picture links to the list. Enjoy the feast!

UPDATED: 9:43 pm on Dec. 15, 2010, added Life, Golf Digest and The Big Picture (Part 2).

LIFE – Pictures of the Year

GOLF DIGEST – 2010 Pictures of the Year

TIME Magazine – Portraits of the Year

TIME Magazine – Pictures of the Year

REUTERS – Pictures of the Year

NASA – Photographs of 2010 via The New Yorker

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC – Photo Contest 2010 via The Big Picture

LOS ANGELES TIMES – The Year in Pictures

THE BIG PICTURE – 2010 in Photos, series of three: Part 1, Part 2


Skillet Street Food founder Josh Henderson dished hisĀ tips for the tailgate grill in the November issue of Seattle Met. I got the assignment call right before a recent trip to Kauai and was stoked for a fun portrait session before hopping on the plane. Photographed on location in the Montlake parking lot outside Husky Stadium at the University of Washington in Seattle, it was just a small crew of Dawg fans firing up the BBQ wishing it was actually a college football Saturday! -Continue reading photo post…>

Continuing a string of recent editorial photo assignments that required some serious safety gear and liability waivers to be signed, I found myself getting a glimpse of the storied circus act — the flying trapeze — at Emerald City Trapeze Arts in Seattle. I followed a couple newbies through ‘ground school’ and their first attempts to fly and a couple regulars working to progress.



Fresh off the press in the July issue of Seattle Met is a piece I photographed on tree climbing. Now I’ve climbed many trees growing up as a free-range child in Eastern Washington and even spent my fair share of time tied to a rope on a rock wall, but this was my first time on a rope ascending into a tree.

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Over the weekend a few people I have had the pleasure of photographing did some cool stuff… First on Saturday New York Knicks Boston Celtics guard (and former Washington Husky) Nate Robinson became the first person to become 3-time NBA Dunk Contest Champion. You can check out the video over at Below is a portrait of Nate Robinson at his agent’s office in Post Alley in downtown Seattle.

And then on Sunday night, curling and Winter Olympic fever hit The Simpsons. U.S. national champion curlers Brady and Cristin Clark were technical advisors for the episode, and were part of an editorial assignment I shot for Seattle Metropolitan magazine.

I had a good laugh at this video demonstration, and tried to imagine what assignments I’d need it for… Putting aside real conflict zones and gang wars, some quick ideas come to mind forĀ Soldier of Fortune, Field & Stream, the wilderness in Alaska, an episode of CSI?!? This is tongue in cheek (I hope, I know I’m taking it that way) and the producer of the video is getting what they want — a little viral exposure. Gives a more heightened sense to the phrase I commonly hear (and say), “I shoot people.” Feel free to add your ideas where the gear could have an application in the comments. On a side note: I would love to photograph an editorial assignment for Field & Stream, as they have regularly have great images for cover stories. Enjoy!

A quick tearsheet post to start 2010… As the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver draw near, I was assigned an editorial photo shoot about curling by Seattle Metropolitan magazine which recently hit the news stand in the January issue. The shoot took place at Granite Curling Club in Seattle, the only dedicated ice for curling in the Western U.S.



Northwest skier Shane Treat sends it at Alpental in the November issue of Backcountry Magazine available on news stands now.

Nice to be recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists’ NW chapter in the 2008 Excellence in Journalism awards. Editorial work for Seattle Metropolitan magazine garnered two second place awards in the Sports and General News. Quick tearsheets below. Kudos to all this years winners!2008_Nov_SeattleMet2008_Oct_SeattleMet

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