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Posts have been few and far between in the last year here, but not because I haven’t been shooting… my photojournalism work with a Seattle-area news group has kept me more than busy. With the uncertainty in the world of the staff photographer, I have started the labor of love that is a portfolio rebuild and a heartfelt effort to find a personal project or two this year. Above, is an image from the Palouse in Eastern Washington, a country road intersection well off the beaten path on January 14, 2012. Good things on the horizon and a concerted effort to share more here on the blog.



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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I’m stoked to announce that I’ve got a new portfolio website up and running at Bigger photos? Check. More photos? Yes. Better website? I sure think so… Portfolios of any type — be it web, print, or other format — are always a source of pride, stress, teeth gnashing, decisions and a whole range of other emotions. Here’s my latest, I hope you enjoy!

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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