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Seattle, Washington: The First 24 Hours

“How are you feeling” is the number one question I have been asked since landing in Seattle more than 24 hours ago. It’s with concern but for good reason. 588 more words

24 Hours


Nikon D610 and Nikkor 24-85mm AF-S G VR lens – 1/250 @ f/5.6 – ISO 400

“Fallen Fireman”

Rest now my fallen brother
Lay soft your suffering back… 78 more words

Black And White Photography



There was a massive fire only a street away from our house! It was super scary!!! It was started by a bad power-line. The flames ran up the side of the mountain and on to the bluff we live… It was defiantly life changing… Fear is powerful, it is brain numbing too at times… I rarely have faced a situation where I lost the power to think. 450 more words

News + Updates

Three That You Can Depend On (2007)

1. Yourself.

2. Your family.

3. Your local fire department.
Brave men-
Who need a pat on the back, now and then.


Lest We Forget

Last week I scribbled out a few lines regarding my gratitude for the life that I have in light of a recent hurricane.

Since posting that message I have been without power for several days, experienced a second and more severe hurricane, and stood vigil over a slow burning palm tree in the forest at the back of my property while I waited for the electric company and the fire service to figure out how to shut the power off to a broken wire so that the fire could be extinguished safely. 169 more words

Quality Of Life

I Was Stuck In An Elevator

I was almost taken out by an elevator.

My shift was over at 5pm. I lingered about my area to finish folding a pile and catch up with my favorite co-worker who i only get to see once a week for an hour( on Sundays). 1,313 more words

Kaufman Family Portrait Session :: RI Portrait Photographer

A couple of weeks ago I traveled to a cute little town in Massachusetts to photograph this lovely family! The children had such vibrant and fun loving personalities and the weather was gorgeous for a family shoot! 78 more words