Seattle Center

My husband’s parents flew in to town to meet their grandson for the first time. We gave them the Seattle tour and I got some time to practice shooting. It’s been a really long time, and even though Seattle Center is one of those places that’s photographed thousands, if not a million times a second, […]

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Last October my husband and I were at the very end of a very long and demanding journey. For a few years we had been trying to have a child. After multiple infertility treatments we actually got to the stage where we had a (one) healthy embryo for me to carry. And right after the […]

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Falling on Fall

Fall came quickly, and with it brought change. It was lovely to spend the transition from summer in Vancouver, British Columbia. Just a few hours north of Seattle, the trek is like some peoples’ daily commutes (sadly). My husband was attending a conference, so I spent the time walking around town. The weather went back […]

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Opening Reception

As part of Vela Cannabis’ High Art Series, I’ll be showing some of my work at Vela Cannabis, just south of the stadiums on 1st Ave S. in Seattle. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, November 11th from 5:00-7:00. Stop on by! If you can’t make the reception, my work will be up from November […]

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Emotional Post-Processing

Perhaps, I was feeling a few feelings. And those feelings lead me to edit these the way that I did. In this case, life was feeling kind of bleak, but I could still see a hint of hope. In a cliched way, colors appeared less vibrant, and I wanted to find light in the darkness […]

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Light finds its way

To start the week off, I spent a few hours at the Seattle Art Museum in search of new acquisitions. I wanted to share this trio of snaps I took as it undeniably proves that I am infatuated with how light finds its way to create irresistible compositions, whether or not it is artificial.

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A quick breather

Seattle is in the middle of a heat wave. In addition to the heat, we’ve been blanketed in smoke from wildfires happening in British Columbia. I can’t imagine the amount of destruction being made if the smoke is reaching as far south as Seattle, and even Portland, Oregon. It’s really sad. With that said, the […]

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