2020 was rough, but I did take some nice photos throughout the year. From Comet NEOWISE to moody Seattle weather, here is a collection of some of my favorites as we look forward to 2021.
Last year, I shot two launch events for Toyota USA, the launch of the new Tundra and 4Runner and the launch of the new Corolla. I must’ve made a great impression, because this year the same agency hired me to shoot the launch event for the new Lexus NX here in Seattle. Unlike the Corolla shoot, which would take place at […]
Back in June, I was contacted by a PR firm asking for a quote for some automotive photography. A month later, I found out that they accepted my offer, and I was pleased to find out that I’d be shooting photos for PR and editorial use for Toyota USA! The brand new 2014 Toyota Tundra and 4Runner were being launched, […]
On April 17-18, the Northwest Automotive Press Association (NWAPA) held their 16th annual Mudfest, which brings together the latest and greatest SUVs and crossovers for a competition to see which is the best, voted among NWAPA’s members. This year, 23 vehicles from 13 manufacturers participated in the competition at Dirtfish Rally School in Snoqualmie, Washington and I was honored to […]
Since I started using my Nikon D700 last November, I hadn’t really changed my line-up of lenses. My Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D and Nikkor 85mm f/1.8D felt right at home with the new full frame sensor, and the Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G satisfied my everyday walk around lens requirement, but none of these lenses really offered anything new to me. On top […]
The hearts of many male (and probably a few female) Subaru owners broke over night on December 4, 2010 when the (in)famous Stephanie French said “I do” to the love of her life, Travis Wiegand. I had the honor of capturing these moments and more at their wedding in Bellingham, Washington. It also marked the debut of my new Nikon […]
For my third year in a row, I spent a Saturday out of the year among my Subaru brethren at the West Coast Subaru Show. This year, the show took place in Cashmere, Washington, just 10-15 minutes from both Leavanworth and Wenatchee. Again I participated as one of the judges and also gave away a free photoshoot as part of […]
After two straight days of disappointment from staying up very late during the weeknights to capture the Northern lights, I had high hopes for this week’s Perseid Meteor Shower. As all of my friends know, I’m a big astronomy buff and the only thing that kept me from pursuing a career in astronomy was my hatred for higher level mathematics. […]