About Suzi Pratt

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.

Photos: A la Mode Pies in West Seattle

West Seattle is welcoming a brand new pie bakery to the neighborhood! A la Mode Pies originally opened in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood, across the street from Woodland Park Zoo. Its huge success spurned a second, much larger location in a new part of town. Housed in a 2,000 square foot space in West Seattle on the corner of Alaska Street and California Avenue, A

Photos: Hitchcock Restaurant in Bainbridge

One of Seattle's best restaurants is located a ferry ride away from the Emerald City over on Bainbridge Island. Hitchcock Restaurant is the epitome of the region's farm to fork eateries, as evidenced by Chef Brendan McGill's emphasis on locally sourced cuisine, which rotates daily based on what's available. All dishes at Hitchcock are masterful works of art, thoughtfully composed for visual and tasteful appeal.

Photos: Wanderfish Pokè

The Hawaiian poke craze continues in Seattle with the opening of Wanderfish Poke in the neighborhood of Capitol Hill. With a pretty straightforward menu and a colorful interior, Wanderfish offers an array of modern choices including chef creations and the option to build your own bowl. Also on the menu are several unique items including a sushi burrito and poke nachos. Poke is a raw

Photos: Verjus Restaurant

Seattle Chef Brendan McGill is known for his love of meats, as highlighted through his celebrated Hitchcock Deli. However, this James Beard Award semifinalist also has a love for vegetarian cuisine, which he highlights in his latest venture, Verjus. Inspired and largely designed by his wife, Heidi, Verjus is a bright, open space features an array of fresh, cold-pressed juices and a tantalizing menu of

Photos: MBar Seattle

From the owners of popular Seattle Middle Eastern restaurant, Mamnoon, comes their highly anticipated follow-up, MBar. Located high atop the 14th floor of the 400 Fairview building in South Lake Union, MBar features two distinct dining areas: an indoor dining area, and outdoor space with a covered and uncovered seating, fire pits, and an outdoor bar. An expansive, unhindered view of Queen Anne and South

Photos: The Sovereign

Say hello to Pioneer Square's newest underground haven: The Sovereign. Located in the basement of the historic Maynard Building, this stylish cocktail bar features stylish Art Deco and Art Nouveau design touches while retaining much of the building's old world charm, such as original tile flooring. The owners of The Sovereign also own nearby bar and restaurant The Forge Lounge. Thus, there is some overlap between

Photos: Belize

Sandwiched between Mexico and Guatemala is the Central American country of Belize. As the only Central American country with English as its official language, Belize is unique in many ways, particularly its melting pot of cultures. On the coast, you'll find cultural markers of Creole and Garifuna, while inland towns are full of more Hispanic and even Amish traditions. I have been fortunate

Photos: Frito Pie at Cantine

Frito pie, or a walking taco, is a beloved cheap treat for many Americans. Huxley Wallace Collective's new bar and bottle shop Cantine takes this classic dish and elevates it to a much more sumptuous level, featuring all house-made ingredients. Take a look at the cooking process below, featuring the Frito chips made from fried pasta, house-made chili, and pickled onions. Cantine is located in

Concert and Event Photography Gear Guide

A question that comes up quite regularly has to do with live music photography tips, including what type of camera photography is best for shooting concerts and events. As an active Seattle live music and concert photographer since 2009, I've cycled between Nikon and Canon cameras and have come to realize there are a plethora of choices out there. While much depends on budget and personal choice,

Photos: Sea Wolf Bakery

Bread lovers, rejoice! Sea Wolf Bakery officially has a brick and mortar spot now open in Fremont. Originally founded in 2014 by brothers Kit and Jesse Schumann, the bakery thrived despite not having a retail front. Renowned for gorgeous artisan loaves of rye and sourdough breads, Sea Wolf has been a supplier to many fine dining restaurants in Seattle. This operation will continue, but now the

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