Pride means many things to me, and each one of them is different from the next. This year, I spent 90% of it behind my camera, running around capturing rainbows and smiles and inebriated queers having a great time.Read More
A fellow photographer friend messaged me and asked what I thought about reaching out to local photographers and doing a throwback of Pride photos. I asked a few questions, and about fifteen minutes later had sent out messages calling for photos.
Just in time for Pride 2018 festivities, here are 7 Seattle photographers' favorite photos from last year's Pride celebrations and a little bit about themselves. Check out their favorite 2017 Pride photos, where to find them this year, and links to their portfolios.
Here's to some amazing events, community, and photography this month. In no particular order...
Kingmon Creative (Amanda & Megan)
Dylan M. Austin
To me, being a 26-year-old politically-engaged photographer in one of the most progressive and engaged cities in America is something I take for granted. I look forward to challenging myself by combining my passions to document the historic moments happening around me. Here are some of my favorite images from today's #MarchForOurLives in Seattle.Read More
It's really hard to pick favorites considering all the queens I have worked with (especially in the past year), but I picked some of my favorite looks from the past year and wanted to share it with you! You'll find a little roundup of what each is currently working on (or where you may know them from) so please, check them out, especially if you can catch the Seattle artists at gigs! You won't regret it.Read More
I must open this post with a warning that I did not get - Antony is a mess. A funny, sassy, uncensored mess.Read More
It was here just a few days ago that local musician Scott Schweiger and I found an empty market - one of shuttered shops and cleaning crews. The floor tiles that read the names of Pike Place Market Foundation supporters were hosed down, cleaned up for a new day of thousands of tourists and flying fish. In this moment, the only accompaniment to Scott's acoustic guitar and vocals was a gorgeous amber sunset, reflecting off of brilliant new windows and worn vendor stands.Read More