There’s nothing more heartwarming than a surprise engagement! Last Saturday, I had the honor of being part of one in Seattle with two Canadians from Alberta and White Moustache Urban Adventure Co. With the crew, I went along as a supposed press photographer, capturing snapshots of the gorgeous (and I mean gorgeous!) pair as they dined their way around Seattle’s best, with the thrilling climax taking place at Capitol Hill’s Volunteer Park. For the full story and some photos, please visit White Moustache’s blog.
Capitol Hill Seattle’s newest nighttime hotspot Q Nightclub made its grand debut this summer, to the great excitement of Seattle’s party community. The former warehouse space on Broadway was transformed over the course of months to become Seattle’s newest electronic dance music (EDM) club catering to party people of all sexual orientations, although most nights you’ll see some of the Hill’s most famous drag queens sashaying through the club’s modern interiors. Take a peek at the inside of Q Nightclub in the photos below, as well as the official published gallery on Eater Seattle. Q is co-owned by Scott Smith and was designed by BCJ Architecture.
One of Seattle’s favorite summer music festivals, the 2012 Capitol Hill Block Party, took place from July 20-22 featuring over 100 bands playing on 6 different stages throughout the Capitol Hill Seattle neighborhood. This year, I was honored to serve as one of the festival’s official photographers, contributing to an online concert photography pool for media usage as well as to Prefix Magazine. Scroll through the music festival photography galleries below to catch my shots of headliners Neko Case, Major Lazer, Aesop Rock, and Grimes, as well as local favorites including The Lumineers, Kithkin, and the almighty Reignwolf.
For a recap and some thoughts about this year’s Capitol Hill Block Party as a whole, check out Seattle music writer Andrew Matson’s words in the Seattle Times.
CHBP Photos from Friday (Day 1)
CHBP Photos from Saturday (Day 2)
CHBP Photos from Sunday (Day 3)
If you’ve ever wondered what the private residences at the Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle looked like, wonder no longer! The newly refreshed interiors of these generously-sized living units are nothing short of luxurious, with fabulous waterfront views of Seattle to boot. In mid-July, I took a tour of some of the last 11 units for sale in the complex, snapping some photos and writing some commentary for UrbnLivn.com. Click here to see the published Four Seasons Private Residences photo gallery on UrbnLivn, and scroll through the full photo gallery below to see more!