Large Panel Installations

I have been producing large scale images of Northwest scenery for a few years now. Each image is comprised of 50-100 individual high resolution captures. These are then post processed and stitched into ultra high resolution images suitable for large scale printing. Due to the size and time to produce these, I create a limited few annually for commercial clients and some private individuals. The prints are done by me on archival luster or matte paper and framed professionally. 

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Solo show - the evergreen state college

Farm Portraits

October 2015 - I was asked to do a solo show of my 'Farm Portraits' project at The Evergreen State College, Olympia Washington Photoland. Curator by Steve Davis, these images were done by stitching 80-100 individual images to create files resolute enough to print at large scale. Largest image was 44" x 130".



From Seed to Supper


LA Times Travel Oregon 

Eastern Oregon

I accompanied a writer doing a story on craft beer in Eastern Oregon - an area of the state often left alone in the media. Visiting Baker City, Enterprise, Joseph and Imnaha - the story itself became as much about the people and region as it was about the beer they brewed.

In 2014 my image of Mount Saint Helens was selected as a bronze medal winner by Epson International Pano Awards.

Bon Appetit 

Vitaly Paley

In conjunction with a writer, we visited award winning chef Vitaly Paley's home to discuss his family's Gefilte Fish recipe from Russia. 


Matt Gross

When CNN did a story on baby friendly bars writer Matt Gross was featured. I had just seen Matt in San Francisco and had photographed him with his young daughter. 

New York times online 

Jesse Bernstein

Jesse Bernstein was a Seattle fixture during the 1980's and early 1990's. Jesse stayed with us near the end of his life and the photographs I have of him I have only used sparingly. When the New York Times needed some images of Jesse for their review of his documentary I felt it appropriate for his legacy.