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All photographs are printed on Ilford Galerie Smooth Pearl paper with archival Epson UltraChrome HD inks. Paper is 11 by 17 inches, with image printed 14 x 9.3 inches, with white borders, unframed and delivered via USPS. Photographs are signed, with a hand-written description on the back. Click on image to see larger and to use PayPal button to purchase. Other sizes available on request and feel free to browse my galleries to find other images you might want.

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Seattle, USA. December, 2008

Always one of my most popular images, this shot of Edith Macefield's house in my Seattle neighborhood of Ballard ran in The New York Times. Macefield had refused to sell her tiny home to developers in the rapidly gentrifying neighborhood, earning her near legendary status within the community. Here a construction worker passes while they continue t build around her home. Taken in December, 2008 with a Nikon...

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Yasothorn, Thailand. June, 1995.

I shot this image, using Kodak Tr-X film, a Nikon FM2 manual camera and a 28mm prime lens, during the annual rocket festival (called "Bun Bang Fai" in Lao) celebrated in Laos and in the Lao speaking parts of Northeast Thailand, often called Isaan. The image was scanned on a Hasselblad Imacon scanner, providing unbelievable tonal range and detail from the original negative, sharp edge to edge. I took...

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Seattle, Washington. January, 2016

Repairs on the USCGC Healy. When ever I work on industrial photography I always hope for an epic image like this. The moment was made better when one of the ship workers walked in front of me to give the image scale. Shot on Nikon D4

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Samrong, Cambodia. June, 1996

One of the stranger moments I saw covering the Cambodian Civil War was a soldier heading towards the front lines north of Samrong, Cambodia, wearing a woman's wig and fancy hat he'd looted from a store in town. Shot on Fuji Provia 100, scanned on Hasselblad Imacon scanner.

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Seattle, USA. May 1st, 2012

One of the odder pieces of advice I've been given by editors over the years is to not include protest photographs in my portfolio. I'm guessing the main reason is because you can't throw a rock at good protest these days and not hit a photographer, they are so well documented. I have a few protest images, though, that I love including this one from the Occupy Seattle protest. I love the calmness on the...

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Sitangkai, Philippines. November, 1996

Located off the far Southwestern tip of the Philippine island of Mindanao, lies the tiny village of Sitangkai. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s the region was...

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Pusan, Korea. September, 2013

Hanjin shipyards in Busan (Pusan), Korea. Taken while working on a episode of "In Frame" for the Korean national broadcaster aster where they followed photographers documenting Korea. My wife was born in Busan so I was more than happy to spend a week in the city, working 14 hour days. You can see the fine show here:...

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Cheongsando Island, Korea. September, 2013

A farmer enjoys a cigarette after a long days work. Taken while working on a episode of "In Frame" for the Korean national broadcaster aster where they followed photographers documenting Korea.

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Treng, Cambodia. January, 1996

I took this photograph below in late January, 1996, while covering the last days of the Cambodian Civil War on assignment for Newsweek Magazine. I was standing on the side of Route 57, the main road from the Northwestern provincial capital of Battambang to Pailin, a Khmer Rouge stronghold to the south, when the tank appeared out of the bushes and raced down the road. The image is the final in a series of 5...

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Kyoto, Japan. October, 2002.

Taken on assignment for Vanity Fair in Kyoto, Japan, I caught this brief moment of a Japanese geisha entering a Gion tea house where I was having dinner with Mineko iwasaki, the famed geisha who's life story was the grist for Arthur Golden's "Memoirs of a Geisha". Shot on Fuji Provia 100, scanned on Hasselblad Imacon scanner.

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Kyoto, Japan. 2001-2003

A "samurai" and "geisha" exchange phone numbers in a coffee shop in the "Movietown" theme park. The first time I saw Kyoto I didn’t realize I’d seen it. Staring out of the hermetically sealed windows of the Nozomi Super Express bullet train, there was no end to the miles of factories and sterile, cookie-cutter housing projects that sprawl from Tokyo to Osaka, via Kyoto. Occasionally I spotted a rice field or...

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Indianola, WA, USA. September, 2018.

Ed Carriere, born in 1934 and a member of the Suquamish tribe in Washington, State, has woven baskets for over fifty-five years. He learned the art from his great-grandmother, Julia Jacob, who raised him. For the past few years, Carriere, a master basket weaver, canoe builder and wood-worker, has worked with archaeologist Dale Croes, to recreate ancient Salish weaving. Croes, who has spent his...

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Kyoto, Japan. 2001-2003

A lone geisha arrives in the Gion District and is swarmed by camera toting tourists. The first time I saw Kyoto I didn’t realize I’d seen it. Staring out of the hermetically sealed windows of the Nozomi Super Express bullet train, there was no end to the miles of factories and sterile, cookie-cutter housing projects that sprawl from Tokyo to Osaka, via Kyoto. Occasionally I spotted a rice field or the roof tops...

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Kyoto, Japan. 2001-2003

The "Castleland" theme park and water park built inside the gardens of the 15th Century Fushimi Castle.The first time I saw Kyoto I didn’t realize I’d seen it. Staring out of the hermetically sealed windows of the Nozomi Super Express bullet train, there was no end to the miles of factories and sterile, cookie-cutter housing projects that sprawl from Tokyo to Osaka, via Kyoto. Occasionally I spotted a rice field...

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Bayon Temple, Cambodia. April, 2003

In April 2003 my wife and I spent 3 months traveling through Southeast Asia, after living in Japan and Bangkok for over a decade. The Iraq War was underway when we arrived in Cambodia and combined with the SARS epidemic in Asia, the country had pretty much emptied of tourists leaving the temples of Angkor all but deserted. Th tourist interlude allowed me to explore the temples with my Nikon f/1.4...

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Bayon Temple Faces, Cambodia. April, 2003

In April 2003 my wife and I spent 3 months traveling through Southeast Asia, after living in Japan and Bangkok for over a decade. The Iraq War was underway when we arrived in Cambodia and combined with the SARS epidemic in Asia, the country had pretty much emptied of tourists leaving the temples of Angkor all but deserted. Th tourist interlude allowed me to explore the temples with my Nikon...

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Crumbling wall of Phimeanakas Temple. Cambodia. April, 2003

In April 2003 my wife and I spent 3 months traveling through Southeast Asia, after living in Japan and Bangkok for over a decade. The Iraq War was underway when we arrived in Cambodia and combined with the SARS epidemic in Asia, the country had pretty much emptied of tourists leaving the temples of Angkor all but deserted. Th tourist interlude allowed me to explore the temples...

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South Gate, Bayon Temple, Cambodia. April, 2003

In April 2003 my wife and I spent 3 months traveling through Southeast Asia, after living in Japan and Bangkok for over a decade. The Iraq War was underway when we arrived in Cambodia and combined with the SARS epidemic in Asia, the country had pretty much emptied of tourists leaving the temples of Angkor all but deserted. Th tourist interlude allowed me to explore the temples with my...

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Base relief, Angkor Wat, Cambodia. April, 2003

In April 2003 my wife and I spent 3 months traveling through Southeast Asia, after living in Japan and Bangkok for over a decade. The Iraq War was underway when we arrived in Cambodia and combined with the SARS epidemic in Asia, the country had pretty much emptied of tourists leaving the temples of Angkor all but deserted. Th tourist interlude allowed me to explore the temples with my...

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Apsara, Bayon Temple, Cambodia. April, 2003

In April 2003 my wife and I spent 3 months traveling through Southeast Asia, after living in Japan and Bangkok for over a decade. The Iraq War was underway when we arrived in Cambodia and combined with the SARS epidemic in Asia, the country had pretty much emptied of tourists leaving the temples of Angkor all but deserted. Th tourist interlude allowed me to explore the temples with my Nikon...

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Eastern Wall, Angkor Wat, Cambodia. April, 2003

In April 2003 my wife and I spent 3 months traveling through Southeast Asia, after living in Japan and Bangkok for over a decade. The Iraq War was underway when we arrived in Cambodia and combined with the SARS epidemic in Asia, the country had pretty much emptied of tourists leaving the temples of Angkor all but deserted. Th tourist interlude allowed me to explore the temples with my...

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North Cascades, Washington State, USA. October, 2009. Taken with Nikon D3 while on assignment for The New York Times

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Scott, Tiffany and Mary. Concrete, WA, USA. June, 2008.

Scott Forrester, his sister Tiffany and Scott's girlfriend Mary O'Connor, use the skate park built behind silos from the city of Concrete's closed concrete plant, that sit along Route 20 in Washington States Northern Cascades.

Highway 20, cutting through Washington State's Northern Cascades, is one of the last highways built in the state. The final stretch, connecting the...

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Seattle, USA. December, 2011.

The Port of Seattle with Mt Rainier in the backrground. Caught during an aerial shoot in a helicopter out over Elliot Bay on a cold winter's day with no doors on the aircraft!

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Seattle, USA. March, 2014

It doesn't get more Seattle than moss, cherries blossoms and a Volvo. Captured near my home. Shot on Nikon D4, 288mm, f/1.8

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Dusty, Washington. August, 2011.

Horse cutters Kimberley Gustafson and Tim Johnson, on the Alkali Creek Ranch. I was working on an assignment for The New York Times about cycling and stayed overnight on the ranch. After dropping my bags in my room, I headed out to catch the last hour or so of glorious Eastern Washington sun when I caught this moment with Kimberly and Tim, when all the elements came together. Shot on Nikon D3.

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Seattle, USA. March, 2018

After watching the Amazon Spheres being built here in Seattle for nearly two years, I finally got access to photograph them, and the best kind of access - the sole photographer allowed in for 8 hours of shooting. Walking in, though, my first reaction was I wouldn't have enough time. The sheer scale of the project and the constantly shifting lighting created myriads of possible images. It was really...

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Calcutta, India. November, 2006

Taken in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) India in 2006. I was working on a story with a local architectural conservationist on the palaces of North Kolkata and when we returned to our taxi to head to the next palace, we found our driver asleep in the back seat of his classic Indian Ambassador taxi. We didn't wake him but decided to get lunch nearby while he finished his nap. Taken with a Contax G2 camera,...

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Tokyo, Japan. May, 2001.

I was working on a story on Japanese Yakuza gangs and was given an address in the city's notorious Kabukicho neighborhood where I would meet a local gang boss, "Agate-San", and spend several days photographing him for a story for Time Magazine. When my taxi pulled up at the address, I looked out the window and saw a line of young Yakuza underlings waiting in a line for the boss to arrive. I rolled down the...

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Easter Crucifixion. San Fernando, Philippines. April, 1996

Why would anyone want this photograph on their wall? I’m not sure, but I’ve sold a few copies so far. Religious devotion takes on many forms and the annual crucifixions in the Philippines every Easter are certainly the most extreme I’ve seen. I traveled to the small town with a couple of other Bangkok-based photographers and we all struggled in near 100F heat to document the two...

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Bangkok, Thailand. April, 1995

For about 3 years living in Bangkok I spent late nights working the streets, where I fancied myself a modern day Weegee, documenting the city's night life, photographing illegal street racers, crime, accidents and the occasional elephants. After Thailand cracked down on the illegal timber industry in the early 1990s, thousands of elephants were put out of work, forcing them and their mahouts (owners) to...

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Rangoon, Burma. July, 1994

My first trip to Burma was in July, 1994, on assignment for The New York Times, to photograph democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, then still under house arrest in her home next to Inye Lake. We spent a week in Rangoon with little to do before the military government agreed to let us meet her, so I went out most nights and wandered the city, taking photos. Returning to The Strand Hotel one night on the back of a...

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Yanji, China. May, 2002

In the spring of 2002 I traveled to the North Korean border, near the Chinese city of Yanji, for Time Magazine to report on North Korean refugees fleeing the country across the Tumen River. Here, a young North Korean boy, smuggled into China by human traffickers, enjoys some sunlight on his first morning in China. The hills behind are North Korea. Most of the refugees I met were in terrible shape - malnourished,...

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Boeing 747-400 landing at Seatac Airport. Seattle, WA. May, 2013

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Flying used to mean adventure, and as a kid, risk, but as I’ve gotten older the adventures have been tempered and flying is, well, just so safe. The thrill is gone. This recent series is shot from straight under and the dirtier the plane the better. The streaks of mud and oil somehow make the planes seem more real to me, now that flying has become so mundane.

The impulse for these photos comes from when I was 11, in the spring of 1977....

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Flying used to mean adventure, and as a kid, risk, but as I’ve gotten older the adventures have been tempered and flying is, well, just so safe. The thrill is gone. This recent series is shot from straight under and the dirtier the plane the better. The streaks of mud and oil somehow make the planes seem more real to me, now that flying has become so mundane.

The impulse for these photos comes from when I was 11, in the spring of 1977....

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Everett, WA, USA. October, 2009.

She is still the 'Queen of the Skies'. Front view of a new Boeing 747-8 under construction.

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Everett, WA, USA. October, 2009.

She is still the 'Queen of the Skies'. Rear view of a new Boeing 747-8 under construction.

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Everett, WA, USA. October, 2009.

Empty flight deck of a new Boeing 747-8 under construction. I grew up on this plane, so walking around Boeing's massive factory and seeing the 747's iconic hump from the inside, as a skeleton, was mind blowing. Still Queen of the Skies.

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Beijing, China. June, 2005.

In 2005 I worked on a self-funded project taking portraits of Chinese near the outer walls of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Using a Rollieflex 2 1/4 camera and Kodak Tri-X film, I wanted to shoot portraits of all the Chinese, tourists and locals, in and around the city. People come from all over the country to see the palaces and mix with beggars, street vendors, Communist party cadres and locals out for a...

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Beijing, China. June, 2005.

In 2005 I worked on a self-funded project taking portraits of Chinese near the outer walls of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Using a Rollieflex 2 1/4 camera and Kodak Tri-X film, I wanted to shoot portraits of all the Chinese, tourists and locals, in and around the city. People come from all over the country to see the palaces and mix with beggars, street vendors, Communist party cadres and locals out for a...

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Beijing, China. June, 2005

In 2005 I worked on a self-funded project taking portraits of Chinese near the outer walls of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Using a Rollieflex 2 1/4 camera and Kodak Tri-X film, I wanted to shoot portraits of all the Chinese, tourists and locals, in and around the city. People come from all over the country to see the palaces and mix with beggars, street vendors, Communist party cadres and locals out for a...

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Petersburg, Alaska, USA. September, 2008

A native hunter pulls up out front of the Northern Lights restaurant in Petersburg's harbor with a moose he had recently shot. Sometimes the bets images happen when I'm not on assignment. in this case I was working on a travel story for The New York Times on the Tongass National Forest and came across this scene returning to my hotel in the evening. Shot with Nikon D3.

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Seattle, USA. January, 2016

Workers use power hoses to clean the propeller of the USCGC Healy, the United States' largest and most technologically advanced icebreaker. She is classified as a medium icebreaker by the U.S. Coast Guard. Shot with Nikon D4.

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Seattle, USA. August, 2018

Aerial view of Seattle’s Space Needle. Olson Kundig has completed work on the Century Project, a $100 million renovation effort aimed at upgrading and retrofitting the Seattle Space Needle’s iconic Top House.

The project comprises the most extensive set of renovations undertaken in the 55-year history of the Space Needle. Changes to the structure include replacing metal panel cladding with...

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Seattle, WA, USA. October, 2010

A view of downtown Seattle from Seacrest Park in West Seattle, across Puget Sound and Elliot Bay. Here two SUP paddlers pass the city. Shot on Nikon D4.

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Cypress Island, WA, USA. December 2009

Mr. Nick Fahey's his horse, 'Ig', on his property Cypress Island. Mr. Fahey, 66, lives alone in the cabin his father started building in 1939 at Tide Point on Cypress Island, Washington, near the San Juan Islands. Fahey's father bought the land in 1930 and started building the cabin in 1938 but Mr. Fahey continues to add to the home. He has lived permanently on the island since 1992. He has a son...

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Seattle, USA. December, 2012

Robin Wyss, left, and Danielle Wyss showered with rose petals on the steps of Seattle City Hall after getting married.

On the first day same sex couples were allowed to marry in Washington State, Hundreds of well-wishers braved cold and rain to celebrate 133 weddings at Seattle City Hall. Washington, Maine and Maryland last month became the first U.S. states to extend marriage rights to same-sex...

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Richland, WA, USA. August, 2008

A tiny figure of a worker walks past the staccatos of the B-Reactor at the Hanford Site, Washington, along the banks of the Columbia River. The reactor was the first large scale plutonium production reactor ever built and started production in December, 1944. The project was commissioned under the Manhattan Project, during World War II, to develop the first nuclear weapons. The B-REactor was shut down in...

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Seattle, USA. February, 2015

Low flying Delta Being 737-900 lands at Seattle's Boeing field for delivery to customer.

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Seattle, USA. March, 2010

A child rides a rollercoaster at the 'Fun Forest' at the base of the Seattle Space Needle. Located at the foot of the Space Needle, the privately-owned amusement park was originally part of the 1962 World's Fair but was closed in 2010 and replaced with a far less child friendly glass museum. Shot with Nikon D3.

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Varanasi, India. June, 1998

Worshippers and bathers gather on one of the ghats in Varanasi in the early morning.Varanasi is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and everyday nearly 60,000 Hindus come to take holy baths on the city’s 70 ghats, or piers, that lead to the river.

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Bangkok, Thailand. June, 1995

The Flies, illegal motorcycle racers that come out at night on Bangkok's street risking death and arrest. For about 3 years living in Bangkok I spent late nights working the streets, where I fancied myself a modern day Weegee, documenting the city's night life, photographing illegal street racers, crime, accidents and the occasional elephants. Shot on Provia 100, 1/2 second, f/5.6. Scanned on Hasselblad...

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Calcutta, India. November, 2006

The Marble Palace (abandoned wing), located on Muktarambabu Street off Chittaranjan Avenue in North Calcutta. Part of a travel feature I photographed in 2006 for The New York Times on the decaying palaces of Kolkata, India (formerly Calcutta). It was the last project I shot on slide film, Fuji Provia 100. more images...

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Phnom Malai, Cambodia. September, 1996

In 1996 I traveled to a Khmer Rouge base across the Thai border for an interview with Ieng Sary, a former top Khmer Rouge leader, accused of committing one of the worst modern genocides. On assignment for Newsweek, we spent a day in the camp and I was able to briefly wander around unguarded to photograph solders.Here a Khmer Rouge solder takes a cigarette break.

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