Tagged: Seattle

Beautiful Haze

September 30th, 2014 Permalink

Gloomy?  Yes sometimes, but the Pacific Northwest always makes light interesting for photographers.

Gloomy?  Yes sometimes, but the Pacific Northwest always makes light interesting for photographers.

Chicago Students Thaw Out in Seattle

March 19th, 2014 Permalink

Had the privilege of shooting Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business Spring Break Immersion trip to Seattle a couple of weeks ago.  There is something about visitors that always make your home city feel new again.  Had a blast tagging along with them while they visited Pike Place Market and rode the Seattle Great [...]

Had the privilege of shooting Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business Spring Break Immersion trip to Seattle a couple of weeks ago.  There is something about visitors that always make your home city feel new again.  Had a blast tagging along with them while they visited Pike Place Market and rode the Seattle Great Wheel.  Thanks for a great Friday Chicago homies!

A student thankfully only pretending to taste the great wall of chewing gum.

First oyster shooter reaction shot!

Outside the first Starbucks

Puget Sound Business Journal at The Museum of Flight

February 1st, 2014 Permalink

Photographed the Puget Sound Business Journal’s “Book of Lists – The Listmakers’ Reception” at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.   Nothing like hobnobbing under an SR-71 .

Photographed the Puget Sound Business Journal’s “Book of Lists – The Listmakers’ Reception” at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.   Nothing like hobnobbing under an SR-71 .

Bye Ball!

October 25th, 2013 Permalink

When my brother was little he used to say to the setting sun, “Bye ball!”. We’ve had a very foggy week here in Seattle, but Tuesday night it burned off before this beautiful sunset. I was at the Columbia Tower Club shooting some Seattle CEO’s at a gathering for the Puget Sound Business Journal.  I [...]

When my brother was little he used to say to the setting sun, “Bye ball!”. We’ve had a very foggy week here in Seattle, but Tuesday night it burned off before this beautiful sunset. I was at the Columbia Tower Club shooting some Seattle CEO’s at a gathering for the Puget Sound Business Journal.  I would take photos of them and then turn my camera to the sunset. (Not to say a CEO isn’t visually interesting – they are! But wow, it was hard to compete with that view). If you are ever in Seattle and you want to see just about every angle of  the Emerald City  FOR FREE go to the Columbia Center Skyview Observatory.  If you don’t mind skipping the novelty and high prices of the Seattle Space Needle, go to Columbia Center and you too will be like a drooling, wonder – struck child pointing and saying, “Bye ball!”.

Harvest Sunset over the Puget Sound

October 16th, 2011 Permalink

I think I saw the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen on Friday night.  It would be unfair to not share it with everyone.

I think I saw the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen on Friday night.  It would be unfair to not share it with everyone.