I just finished my first week at the Skagit Valley Herald down in Mount Vernon. Skagit County is quite different than Bellingham. Opposite most of the time, but the rural areas feel reminiscent of home. The city has a sparse population and the epicenter seems to be the strip mall. However, there are so many interesting pockets of character the farther you drive. I’m excited to learn more about the area and the people. Here are a few photos from my first week and the outtakes. I’m off to edit. Continue reading →
Death Cab for Cutie played a Western student exclusive show at Mount Baker Theatre last week. I was asked to photograph the show for the school. Overall an amazing show, despite the incompetent staff at Mount Baker Theatre. Seriously, if you are going to give out press passes then they should have some authority as to where you can go. I had four different tickets to let me in and out of particular areas, painful to say the least. Always be early. End rant. Click on for more. Continue reading →
Last week I photographed an art project by Western’s Communication & Sciences Disorders department. Faculty, students and patients gathered to commemorate and decorate their new Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic in the Academic Instructional Center at Western. Click on for still images. Continue reading →
Today I am featured on SportsShooter’s front page for my work at SportsShooter Academy VI. It was a great experience and I’m honored to be featured. I highly recommend the academy to anyone who is remotely interested. You get out what you put in.