Coming of age in a big city, I am an urbanist by conviction and an urban photographer by genre. Unless I am on a road trip, my work addresses loving the city, living in the city, and discovering the many curious and absurd qualities of this living. My home base, Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, features most prominently in my work.

I care as much about equitable urban living as I do about urban aesthetics. Through photography and community involvement, I advocate for housing affordability, so that creative and working class communities can afford to stay in the heart of Seattle, and for architectural preservation & responsible development, so that old buildings remain viable and new ones are built beautifully and well.

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