Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Oysters and Ocean Acidification for The New York Times

 Last month I drove over to the Olympic Peninsula to photograph Governor Jay Inslee visiting the Dabob Bay Hatchery in Quilcene, Washington.  It was a fun shoot on an important topic that will only become more apparent as climate change takes its toll on the waters of the Puget Sound.  Several years ago I worked on a related story on Tattoosh Island and a group of scientists who were studying the impacts of ocean acidification.

Monday, July 28, 2014

San Francisco Noir for The New York Times

Last month I was commissioned to work on a story about noir in San Francisco and the footsteps of Dashiell Hammett, the writer who frequented bars and lived in areas of the Tenderloin District of San Francisco.  It was a fun several days exploring the city and photographing in the streets as well as some of the speakeasy style bars that Hammett would have and did frequent in his day.

Monday, June 02, 2014

Mobile Art for The New York Times

Last week I spent the afternoon in Georgetown with Brenda Scallon, owner of  a mobile art gallery. It was great to spend time in such a vibrant neighborhood in Seattle with such inspiring people.  View Article Here>>>

Thursday, February 06, 2014

Seahawks Parade for The New York Times

 Yesterday I photographed the mass gathering of people on downtown Seattle for the Seahawks parade.  I think that may have been the most people I've ever seen jammed into the streets in any city. Despite the cold temps and a tight deadline for the East Coast, it was a great day to photograph.  Here are some of my favorites from the day.