So a week ago I found myself back in Seattle photographing my oldest sister's wedding.

I'm always asked why I left Seattle. Over the years I have thought of many quick answers that seems to satisfy them over the years. I hate rain...I lost a bet with Sasquatch....There was nothing to keep me there. None were completely true, but some partially true (you ever smell a Sasquatch? whewww).

I was not so much looking forward to my return especially since my list of needs for my arrival went unmet and unanswered. But in the end seeing the family and the mountain again... well..

I actually enjoyed it.


Happily Ever After

Group 3 had their installation this week.

Great picket fence leading into it and the grass was a lot of fun to walk on and eventually sit on. They also had images projected onto screens made up of paper airplanes and giant paper airplanes swooping through the entire gallery.

Unfortunately there where to many complaints concerning the smell of the
grass and it had to be removed.

A shame, but still a great job by the final group!


PDN's Photo of the Day

Somebody messed up and I managed to get an image in for PDN's Photo of the Day , the direct link is here.

They have links to my website for more from this series and if you like, here is a link to the movie as well.

Thanks PDN!


Art 21

Hulu now has 16 episodes of the PBS series ART 21. If you haven't seen or heard of it check this out from their description, "...the only series on television to focus exclusively on contemporary visual art and artists in the United States, ... Fascinating and intimate footage allows the viewer to observe the artists at work, watch their process as they transform inspiration into art, and hear their thoughts as they grapple with the physical and visual challenges of achieving their artistic visions."

One of my favorite artists featured is Cai Guo-Qiang in episode one of season 3 Power-see below. He is the first artist in this episode, some of you may recognize some of his work I've linked to before like this.

Art 21 also has there own blog here. Now go forth and be enlightened.