A couple months back, my good friend Joe Cantu took me out to an M's game. I brought my Nikon FE along and ran into a few friends along the way. We had such a good time, I ended up having to check online who won the game the next morning... Whoa Joe! P.S. Joe bartends at Greenlake Bar & Grill on Friday nights and has a famous shot called the "Whoa Joe". Be sure to try this piece of Seattle history sometime.Read More
A recap of my studio opening party at Studio ONE.Read More
First off, you're probably asking "what is Startup Weekend?" "Startup Weekend recruits a highly motivated group of developers, business managers, startup enthusiasts, marketing gurus, graphic artists and more to a 54 hour event that builds communities, companies and projects. It is an amazing opportunity to connect with other passionate and skilled individuals, and perhaps even find a co-founder or two to transform your idea into reality." Now that we have that out of the way, I'll tell you a bit about my experience. Early last week, my buddy Donald DeSantis invited me to come out to Startup Weekend Redmond. The last time I was invited as a photographer with the responsibility of capturing the event on camera. This time I was invited to take part in the creation of something new and never done before. I ended up getting recruited by Adam Philipp, a Seattle based Lawyer with the idea of CAMBadge. "CAMBadge is a digital name tag app that runs on your phone and utilizes the front facing camera to help put names with faces." Adam was the brains behind this idea and I helped with the design of the app/website. Lisa Song helped us out with getting the website up and running and lastly, Red Foundry we're our heroes for the weekend because they got this thing up and running on our phones in two days! Here are a couple of screen shots of our app.
I had a great time, learned a lot and met some awesome/incredibly smart humans. I decided to bring along my D200 for the event even though it's low light capabilities aren't really suitable for this type of setting. Shooting at 1000 ISO created a great vintage/film look which I really ended up linking! Below are some shots of life in a Startup Weekend box.
To the Top music Video by Ripynt.Read More
A behind the scenes look at a photo shoot with Mike Folden and Paul Marie Clothing.Read More
Some shots from the Paul Marie photo shoot.Read More
Last month I went to a little business expo down in Renton. I met Eva after parking along my way in. We chatted a bit and she actually followed up with me a few days later. We met up and chatted about what I do/she does and set up a little head shot session. Eva's working on a website and once it's up, I will send out a link in case you're looking for a book keeper extraordinaire! Here are a few of my faves from the session. Also, if you need any professional head shots or some goofy pics for social networking, drop me a line.
Behind the scenes with 5 Flat and Brown on a photo shoot with Mike Folden.Read More