Molly Debiak – Product Photography

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 in Client Work | No Comments

I just wrapped up a big project with Seattle jewelry designer Molly Debiak and am so excited to share the finished results! I am so excited to be working with such talented artists, and Molly is such a gem. In addition to capturing all her pieces on a simple white background for use on her ...

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Chinook & Company – Food Photography

Posted by on May 29, 2015 in Client Work | No Comments

I am really excited to share a project that I worked on with the amazing food stylist and recipe guru, Lauren Koval! If you remember, we worked together last year on the Jennifer Adler book cover for Sasquatch Books. Lauren is an AMAZING cook – and created these five fall inspired recipes for the launch ...

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Promotional Portraits – Sarah Jio

Posted by on May 15, 2015 in Client Work | No Comments

About two years ago I met and photographed Seattle author (& New York Times Bestseller!) Sarah Jio for her then, up-coming release Morning Glory. Since then, Sarah has penned two more books (with another one on the way!). I’ve now read all of Sarah’s books – and loved each and every one of them! Sarah ...

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Horseshoe Boutique – Fall 2014 Lookbook

Posted by on Sep 8, 2014 in Client Work | No Comments

This year we headed down to Los Alamos, California to photograph the Fall Horseshoe lookbook at the historic (and I’m pretty sure haunted!) 1880 Hotel. It was a gorgeous (and hot!) day shooting on location at the hotel grounds – but it was such an amazing and inspiring backdrop. Every nook and cranny of this ...

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Horseshoe Boutique – Summer 2014 Lookbook

Posted by on Jun 5, 2014 in Client Work | No Comments

Earlier this spring I headed down to Abbott Kinney outside of Los Angeles to meet up with Horseshoe Boutique to photograph the Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook. Our location was this amazing little corner of Abbott Kinney filled with a re-finished camper and a backyard full of neat trinkets, art and landscape that was reminiscent of the ...

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