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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.


Being creative on demand as a professional photographer can sometimes lead me into a rut — and not focusing on the passion and joy for my craft — when buried with the business aspects, paying the mortgage and making sure the baby has shoes. A recent trip to Eastern Washington for my sister’s wedding found my family on my step-brother’s five acres surrounded by wheat fields in a 100-year-old farmhouse. I took the opportunity to make a few images simply for the fact they interested me without any thoughts of licensing them or if they would improve the portfolio. Shooting to shoot. Period. I find it a refreshing reset and thought I’d take a moment to share a few here on the blog. Hope you enjoy ’em too… More images after the jump.

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