July 23, 2014
I’m very excited to have my photo of the lovely Alex Thomas on the cover of The Stranger this week. It was a part of a series I shot a couple of summers back titled ‘Free Birds’. To see the whole set, you can check it out here on my website.

I’m very excited to have my photo of the lovely Alex Thomas on the cover of The Stranger this week. It was a part of a series I shot a couple of summers back titled ‘Free Birds’. To see the whole set, you can check it out here on my website.

June 26, 2014

May 30, 2014
An outtake with Molly Sides for this month’s City Arts shoot.

An outtake with Molly Sides for this month’s City Arts shoot.

May 23, 2014

Summer legs.

April 22, 2014

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April 15, 2014

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April 15, 2014

Road trip season is upon us once again.

March 27, 2014

March 27, 2014

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March 27, 2014

March 19, 2014

I shot the lovely Dana Landon for City Art’s lifestyle column last month. She produces a great fashion blog of Seattleites that I definitely recommend checking out called It’s my Darlin.

March 6, 2014
Excited to be a part of this upcoming photo show with such inspiring women in Seattle. 

Here is a little something I had to say about my work in regards to the event:

“What moves me about… what’s called “technique”… is that it comes from some mysterious deep place. It can have something to do with the paper and the developer and all that stuff, but it comes mostly from some very deep choices somebody has made that take a long time and keep haunting them.” –Diane Arbus 

I really like thinking of one’s voice, or technique in their work as something that continues to haunt them, as Diane states. One of the things that I continue to develop through my own photographs is taking women out of the norm of the usual beauty shot, and bringing things in to a more strange place. Women are so much more than just a pretty face to look at. I enjoy bringing the weird, wild, and sometimes dark parts of them forward in my portraits, because that is what I find interesting and empowering about us.

Excited to be a part of this upcoming photo show with such inspiring women in Seattle.

Here is a little something I had to say about my work in regards to the event:

“What moves me about… what’s called “technique”… is that it comes from some mysterious deep place. It can have something to do with the paper and the developer and all that stuff, but it comes mostly from some very deep choices somebody has made that take a long time and keep haunting them.” –Diane Arbus

I really like thinking of one’s voice, or technique in their work as something that continues to haunt them, as Diane states. One of the things that I continue to develop through my own photographs is taking women out of the norm of the usual beauty shot, and bringing things in to a more strange place. Women are so much more than just a pretty face to look at. I enjoy bringing the weird, wild, and sometimes dark parts of them forward in my portraits, because that is what I find interesting and empowering about us.

February 25, 2014

February 24, 2014

A few unseen photos from my series ‘On the Shores of Aurora’ that I premiered at Slideluck Potshow here in Seattle last November.

January 25, 2014

Don’t tell mama.

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