Tag: Washington

Books and Books

Books and Books

This week, Apple introduced a tablet computer. To understand the magnitude of this statement fully, you would have had to pay attention to rumor boards for …

 

Up in the sky, it’s… MEOW!

Up in the sky, it’s… MEOW!

Tomorrow is my Great-Grandmother’s 100th birthday. We’re flying down to Orange County to celebrate at her daughter’s home and I am quite excited! It will …

 

Salmon Stone Ribbed Trio

Salmon Stone Ribbed Trio

Been hustling on a magazine project this week, and haven’t had much free snapshot time to gather my thoughts (or imagery) outside of the project …

 

Wild Metal Mississippi

Wild Metal Mississippi

Got a few projects in the hopper right now which has prevented me from adiquately pruning this web bush, so… apologies—but remember you can always …

 

Building Blocks in the Sky

Building Blocks in the Sky

This is a snapshot looking directly up at the Seattle Public Library. The building is designed by world-renowned Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, and definately worth …

 

Walking on water

Walking on water

Even though the rain has let up (gotta love that San Francisco weather), I figured I would continue yesterday’s thread with more photos from the …

 

Drizzle Down

Drizzle Down

In honor of today’s drizzly weather, I present you with my vantage point off the back of a ferry on the Seattle sound. Wonderfully miserable, …

 

The Meeting of Spaces

The Meeting of Spaces

Had a fun weekend with my good friends—digging into all the madness that is San Francisco’s Love Parade. Our little crew put a lot of …

 

Stratigraphy

Stratigraphy

After working for 20 years at various companies, shops, and boutiques; I decided to take a stab at things on my own (owed in no …

 

Garden of Zen

Garden of Zen

This morning, I listened to an NPR interview with Karen Armstrong about her new book “The Case for God”. The discussion surrounded the current state …

 

Shadow of a Doubt

Shadow of a Doubt

Figured I would expand on yesterday’s post with another shot from the garden. The day was frigid-cold, and the wind was bustling and icy. Ill prepared …

 

Please Do Not Touch.

Please Do Not Touch.

This sign sits outdoors in the middle of Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park, amidst massive public works of raw, rusty metal. These are gravity defying beasts …