Photos: Gary Sinise

I don’t get star struck very easily, buy more about but that definitely was not the case when I photographed Gary Sinise in Lakewood, store Washington early on December 9. The Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning actor and director, treat perhaps best known for his role as Lieutenant Dan in Forrest Gump and his starring role on CSI: NY, made a visit to the Evergreen State yesterday as part of his Veteran’s advocacy. He attended the quarterly Washington Military Transition Council meeting at Clover Park Technical College as a part of his involvement with Get Skills to Work. The program aims to connect military veterans with resources and training for careers in the manufacturing industry. Check out select images of Gary Sinise during his visit below, with the full published set up on Getty Images.

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About the Author:

Suzi Pratt is a Seattle event and food photographer available for hire. She is also a contributing writer at Digital Photography School and runs a blog teaching others how to start a photography business.
  • Barbara

    Fantastic!

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