I photographed the annual Mass for the Deceased Homeless at St. James Cathedral. After the Mass nearly 100 names were read and the cathedral bells tolled for each person. It is more than unfortunate that anyone should die homeless, let along anyone be homeless. More photos after the break.
The University of Washington basketball team is ranked ninth in the country and they had a lot of fun playing Washington State the other night. I got some nice shots of the women on the bench having fun. More photos after the break. Continue reading ›
I had the chance to photograph the University of Washington Men's Basketball a few times to start of their season. It's been tough go so far, but they can be fun to watch and fun to photograph as well. More photos after the break. Continue reading ›
I photographed UW's basketball game against Boise State. Senior Kelsie Plum also broke the Pac-12 Conference scoring record, which was going to be a challenge. Plum missed her first few attempts to break the record, but that was okay as my shot was blocked each time. She broke the record shooting free throw, which, while not very dramatic, made it easy to get the shot. More photos after the break. Continue reading ›
It was the fourth time that I photographed the Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration, which begins at St. Mary Church and processes to St. James Cathedral for a Mass. The costumes are colorful and there are plenty of nice pictures to be made throughout the day. This year was the first time I used my Fuji X kit to shoot the celebration, to the relief of my back and shoulders. Shooting with only prime lenses take a bit of getting used to than shooting with zoom lenses, but it was definitely worth it More photos after the break. Continue reading ›
It was the Carolina's second visit to Seattle in as many seasons. This time the result was much different the last season's meeting and the playoff meeting as well. It included Cam Newton not starting the game, which was a surprise for us as well. More photos after the break. Continue reading ›
I only shot a handful of University of Washington volleyball matches this year. For me volleyball can be tough to photograph. Every shooting position has it limitation, even more than other sports, it seems. From the floor getting nice kill shots is hard and shooting from an elevated position makes it hard to get plays away from the net. Fortunately, there are plenty opportunities to get reactions shots. More photos after the break. Continue reading ›
I traveled up to Bellingham to photograph the Hope House Street Outreach ministry and one of its key volunteers Theresa Meurs. One of the many services that Hope House provides is make sack lunches and heading out on the street to distribute them. It was amazing to following Theresa and her crews around. They are able to keep tab on the homeless population in Bellingham and do there best to help out with housing and other needs. For more info on Hope House go here. More photos after the break. Continue reading ›