As summer 2017 ends, I worked my last week with the seattle mariners. I'm gonna miss these guys!
I’ll be shooting ‘documentary fashion portraits’ of women and femmes who live and work in Seattle’s Southend. Each location embodies a universal experience of low-income citydwellers and women of color.
Model: Izzy White
MEDICAL PHOTOSHOOT TODAY WITH MY OWN EYEBALL ~
despite the cosmic beauty of my optic nevers, Dr says i may eventually get glaucoma, which is incurable and causes blindness.
All i can do is pray, and try not to worry about it.
Film scans from winter 2 0 1 6 ~
1.5 years at CameraTechs has taught me so much about the inner-workings of the machines I love.
FILM + DIGITAL both have their placeS IN MY HEART, but film IS PRECIOUS TO ME
I HATE WATCHING THE RESOURCES FOR THE
CRAFT fadE FROM sight.
I feel like it's my duty to learn as much as a can for the sake of preservation.
I'VE REAChED a point where I feel LIKE
I 've learned all I can here AT THE SHOP,
I have trouble saying goodbye.
CAMERATECHS feels so much like home. But if I want to be a photojournalist I can't stay inside 4 walls.
Currently working on a new series Sacred Spaces.
DOCUMENTING THE SPACES THAT FEEL most LIKE home,
where you hone your craft, make your magic, and worship. Featured here is artist and painter Michelle Andherst in her home studio.
TRAVELS WITH MY ROLLEIFLEX 3.5
HAPPY 'ANTI-RACIST HALLOWEEN
A large group of Seattleites gathered today to participate in an demonstration organized by #BlackLivesMatter
Several hundred people marched through the city's Black Friday events and to overtook the multiple shopping centers.
News stations report this as a Black Lives Matter event, which it was,
but the march's group of participants were as diverse as the city itself.
Strangers and neighbors gathered together in resistance to speak out
in a collective voice.