Tuesday, March 23, 2010
The Tacoma Wedding Expo is arriving. Since I'm going to be there -although not as a vendor. At least not this year- I spent some time putting together a new promo that features some of my rates and packages for the 2010 wedding season. Travel and secondary photography is not included, but is something that I can definitely add on to my packages and rates. If interested in more details, feel free to email me!
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Today I received some big news from back home. As of today, there is a new Crestwood KY Stake. The Louisville KY Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has been split to accommodate the growth that has bloomed over the past decade. Some say it's due to the presence of the Louisville, KY LDS temple. I say it's no big surprise. While I was recently in Louisville, I took some time to shoot some photography of the temple. I'm quite pleased with how they turned out. Enjoy the photos!
Saturday, March 20, 2010
So today I received a highly-anticipated email from the production team of Night Zero: my new favorite comic series. They had a photo booth set up during the Emerald City ComiCon. I consider myself lucky to have stumbled upon their table. Produced here in Seattle, Night Zero features a storyline revolving around two of my favorite themes: post-apocalyptic storytelling and zombies. After I learned about the process used to create the series -they shoot each frame in HDR and assemble the images in post-production- I took the Night Zero team up on a chance to have a photo captured in the style of the series. Here I am posing with Marathon, one of the characters from Night Zero. Enjoy!
Friday, March 19, 2010
So one of the upcoming projects that I will be tackling is to finally complete a redesign of my business card and logo. I've had some great ideas in mind for a few weeks, I merely need to buckle down and get to work. Once I have some new cards put together, I'll post them up for a quick review. Until then!
Monday, March 8, 2010
My flight back from Louisville arrived early. An hour early. So while I patiently wait to head home, I'm taking a moment to post some photos I shot while landing in Cincinnati on the way back to Seattle from Louisville. I don't pretend to know what regulations TSA has for people snapping photos on airplanes nowadays, but I love these two images for their ambiguous simplicity. Leave a comment, let me know what you think. Feedback is always appreciated by yours truly.
On a different note, the memorial service for my grandfather was a thoughtful and enriching celebration of his life. I'm glad that I was able to be there. I'll be sure to post some photos tomorrow, after I've had time to catch up from all this crazy traveling!
Thursday, March 4, 2010
I stumbled across this very cute, very retro 8-bit wedding invitation thanks to fellow wedding photographer friend Jason Meehan, of Jason Meehan Photography. Featured on Gizmodo, the invitations were created by the bride and groom and are a throw back to the old-school Mario and Donkey Kong video games.
Take a look for yourself:
The options for play offer both the bride and the groom. It makes me marvel at some of the genius ideas that people come up with for their weddings. Hope you enjoy!