Friday, December 2, 2016
Saturday, February 20, 2016
The sun is fighting its way through this dark and damp autumn season. I am noticing little bulbs starting to bud up throughout my garden and at local parks. Spring is just a few short months away and I am getting so excited. Despite the cold air that blows by and the daily rain showers, the signs of spring are showing throughout Seattle - and that's good enough for me. Let the flowers blossom and the sun shine bright.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Seattle, the land of rain and coffee. The famous underground music scene that everyone seems to be aware of. The land of thrift shops and teen spirit; the city I call home. This city seems to be gaining popularity despite it's epic rain fall and grey skies. The sleepless in Seattle city is quickly turning into the new tech town that once was silicone valley.
I moved to this city ten years ago. I was 18 years old. Do your math. Yes, I am now 28. As cliche as one could be, my first job in the city of java was working at a coffee stand. I could sling a cup a Joe like a professional.
Enough of my earlier years in this wet cement jungle. Lets jump forward into the present day. I'm currently sitting on this ferry heading to shoot a wedding. During the summer, I take photos of folks on their special day. Yes, this is summer. Normally the sun would be shinning, especially since we are technically going through a drought. However, today it's raining. I'm sure the brides are loosing their minds. This wedding is suppose to be an outdoor one. Hopefully there is a backup plan. If not, the rain is actually quite beautiful under the lens.