Food & Beverage, Environmental Portrait, Editorial Photography

Environmental editorial photography

Project Overview

As much as I love a good product, I love the people behind the product even more. Here is a collection of photographs highlighting those who poured dedicated time and effort into their craft, so that we may all enjoy the final outcomes.

Aluel Cellars

Aluel Cellars is an urban tasting room located in Capitol Hill, Seattle. Tuck inside to enjoy the cozy atmosphere, and ease into the peace of mind with their award-winning wines.

Northwest Railway Museum

I grew up in a family where it just wasn't a vacation unless a train was involved. My father was a fanatic. He'd talk for hours about the history and engineering. His smile just wasn't as big unless he was on a train. When he passed, trains become even more special. They keep our bond. When I started volunteering at the museum, I met Bob. His patient manner and skilled craftsmanship help to restore these 100-year old gems to their former glory so the tradition of family train ride can continue.

Truepoint Metalworks

I had the pleasure of meeting Brad, the owner of Truepoint Metalworks while filming a documentary for Sandstone Distillery in Tenino, Washington. He's witty and talented and has a wealth of knowledge having been in the metal business for over 25 years. I'm grateful to him and his team for letting me explore his shop for a day!