A couple of weeks ago I got to start a new project that I’m super excited about, to photography my good friend Jamie and her handsome horse – Beau. Beau is an 8 year old, half Thoroughbred and half warmblood and Jamie has had him since July of this year. As you will get to see from the photographs he’s a super sweet loving horse who has a close bond with Jamie already.
For the first shoot we wanted to focus on Jamie’s feminine beauty, with her wearing a number of cute dress’s – contrasting with the strength and size of Beau.
Currently on display at Kuhlman in Belltown, this show is my love letter to the quirky Pacific Northwestern city that has become my home. When I first arrived here, I was traveling frequently and Seattle was just a place to rest for a minute before another adventure. Over time, I’ve fallen in love with its
Hung in 2008, this show allowed me to experiment with presentation. All of the photographs were printed and displayed on aluminum sheets of metal to add depth to the colors, water and movement. To further differentiate each image, they were cut into multiple 12 inch squares and hung slightly away from the wall to create
Hung in 2006, Structure was my first show in Seattle. Having always had a fascination with buildings, the show’s theme was based on the many physical structures that attracted my attention over many years of travel. The show captured many of the world’s iconic pieces of architecture, from the incredibly old Stonehenge (completed in 2300