Back in October I went to a party in the woods out by Mt. Baker. This was during one of the worst windstorms in the Pacific North West since the Columbus Day Storm of 1962. Regardless of the forecast, upwards of 40 people came out to dance in the mud underneath a system of tarps put up by the BDP crew. All of these shots were taken on a film camera with an external flash, no editing, straight off the roll! If you were there and see yourself in these photos, feel free to drag and drop them to your desktop if you want them for Facebook.
Earlier this month I was lucky enough to take the wonderful Matt and Stephany's engagement photos. Matt's family was on a trip up at Crystal Mountain and they decided to take some time to play in the snow and celebrate!
Hey all! This weekend I was lucky enough to be asked to photograph the Seattle Bouldering Project's Anniversary Competition. Here are the photos of people crushin and having a blast celebrating 4 years of climbing!
So I was "nominated" for the winter challenge phenomena that's been going around facebook with a couple of friends last night. We all made our way out to Lake Padden up in Bellingham, stripped down and took the plunge! Here are some of the photos. Thanks to Will Moore for snapping the two shots of us lining up and jumping in.
BEWARE: Sexy man butts are pictured below. Content is not for the faint of heart!
I just recently developed some old rolls of film I had laying around and found a bunch of awesome pictures on them that I had completely forgotten about taking. These shots are from an assortment of adventures including a trip to the pumpkin patch in October of last year with friends and some random shots that were taken in Bishop, CA in December. Enjoy!
I'm excited to say that I've updated my website to include more recent work and incorporate my blog! Updates on my most recent adventures will be able to be seen here so be sure to check in frequently. Take a look around and thanks for looking!