One thing I love about the holidays is hanging out with friends and their kids. There are these unguarded moments that always seem to emerge even when I least expect it.
What it looks like when your wife can drive more than a car. #fishermansdaughter ➡️
Super stoked at how my Alaska salmon fishing promo came out thanks to edit by @pedroandjackie design by @eighthourday and text with @tannerlatham
We spent our thanksgiving in southeast Alaska with my wife’s parents. This is the view from their house there. Not. Too. Bad.
This is my father-in-law. He’s a commercial fisherman in Alaska. Like the landscape that surrounds him, he’s rugged, consistent, always inviting adventure.
Southeast Alaska has this amazing density of plant life due to all the rainfall, 150 inches a year!
Alaska has such a vast expansive landscape. It always blows me away even the little bit I get to see anytime I’m here.
This is me in a Seattle airport bathroom. I thought the light in here was pretty darn nice...even for a bathroom. Don’t mind the trash cans, at least they are silver and shiny. It was easier to take a photo of me than ask stranger. That would have been an awkward situation.
Photographing senior living all week! Seniors are so much fun to work with. They are rarely camera shy, can be quite spontaneous, love the attention and time you spend with them, and say the darnedest things!
I was a little bummed when I heard the weather forecast was rain for days for this 3 day shoot I’m on in Seattle. I’ve found that there is magic in this mix. You just need to wait for your moments. By the way how epic is this high school built in 1906 in this light!
I grew up having dogs. Probably due to logistics but more than likely due to never wanting to feel the loss of losing an animal again - I’ve not had one as an adult. We are dog sitting this month for my brother-in-law and it’s been a real reminder of the joy of having an ever-ready best friend around. This is Ty. He’s big. Friendly. Drools a lot but he is so...much...fun. And a pretty good photo subject.
Not a bad office view last week. #sunrise #missionbay #helipad
Let’s be serious here, school is back in session but summer isn’t over yet!
I just LOOOOOVE that twilight time of day.
Hear how I got my start as a photographer and how I’ve shaped my brand and style over my career. Thank you @alexgagnephoto for the interview and podcast! Check it out on iTunes with the link in my bio!
It was pretty hard to resist not taking photos of these two as they played rock and blues tunes inside a window display at an antiques store on my street. • Fun fact: they both played with John Lee Hooker back in the 70s. Just google Paul Woods. 😎😎😎
I met this amazing dad the other day while I was surfing. In the 20 years I’ve been in the water I seen plenty of parents take their kids out but never seen a duo quite as cool as these two! She hung around his neck the whole time!
Sometimes the best thing to do is to just hang on. #patience #dailypractice #selfdiscipline
Sometimes you just don’t wanna go down the slide no matter what they tell ya. #kidproblems
NOLA style. See story for more photos! ⤴️
On any given Sunday in the city of New Orleans, local social and benevolent clubs host “second lines” parades that bump, groove and dance through the neighborhoods. It was hands down my favorite experience in NOLA.
Always amazed by nature’s clichés.
Small, medium, and large. All a beach landscape needs.
I went on a @portoakland tour last month and was blown away by what we all cruise by everyday in the Bay Area. I’ve always been drawn to big industrial areas. It’s like pulling back the curtain on the magic of how we get so many things so easily.