I’m a traditional film photographer in Seattle, constantly looking for unique images to capture with a wide variety of vintage, plastic and pinhole cameras. I develop and print my own images in a traditional darkroom. I enjoy pinhole photography for its ability to produce wonderful, emotive images and a kind of focus without sharpness.
Lately I’ve been working on capturing the motion and/or pulse of my modern city through a funny little box with no lens. Holiday carousels, public transportation and lazy susans at dim sum restaurants are all fair game. I believe photography can create interesting abstractions from everyday things.
Drop me a line, send me your tips and say hello via Twitter. I look forward to getting to know you. Mahalo!
WPPD 2013 Prep: Pinhole Journeys for The Alternative Photographer
Pinhole article for Believe In Film.
Facebook Graph Search interview for The New York Times.