I am always so humbled to witness natures designs. The patterns, the shapes,the colors…
Fall in Washington is a symphony of riches, a hike up Mt. Rainier again proved this…
Here, the end of the day as we made our way back down from the mountain’s wonder.
More at my Google+ site. What nature most inspires you?
Just completed a project photographing with the former Director of the U.S. Mint. He taught me a thing or two about fine gold coins. During his time at the Mint, a major project was bringing back the deep relief, 3D Saint-Gaudens Golden Eagle coin.
Along with portraits for his website, we photographed this stunning coin for his upcoming book and speaking tours.
I was fortunate to stay at Edward Weston’s studio during one of my California trips. He was an important, influential photographer for me.
I could view his original prints, at the Museum of Modern Art in NY back when I was a teenager, and these helped my own darkroom work enormously.
It was almost surreal to meet, talk and photograph this portrait with Neal Weston, Edwards son, I knew him from his dad’s famous photos of him as a young child, photographed 60 years earlier!
The Weston’s were very kind to me, it was a privilege, and I am thankful for the experience.
For the best viewing experience see it in HD here!
(Then click the arrows on the right:)
Just completed a portrait, for a Data Architect.
From her time at the Hubble Space Telescope onward, Karen Lezon has used Data to deepen our understanding of the world around us.
Our latest portrait shoot, in Seattle, with NFL player Braylon Edwards, for a new magazine.
He was chosen as one of the 15 sexiest men in the NFL, I think we can see why.
I just like the eyes and mood quality.