Category Archives: Spokane

I heard this morning about Harold Balazs and thought back on the afternoon I spent with him and his wife Rosemary. In 2014 I’d been asked to photograph Harold for a magazine piece from our shared alma mater. I didn’t know much about him then, other than by the countless number of installations he’d done […]

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We gathered up a new team for Spokane’s 48 Hour Film Festival and tossed together this film starring local musician Jacob Butcher and the voice over talents of Tyler Tjomsland. With a little ballot stuffing, we picked up a best picture award, but more importantly got to meet the great Ray Liotta, who had little […]

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I thought I’d celebrate the first birthday of this blog with another photo Kurt, who was again overly generous to waste another afternoon dangling from rainbows and other less glorious locales. Here’s to another year of four-leaf clovers.

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Last year I met John Babcock on the day he turned 109, along with a gaggle of journalists watching his every move that day. He wasn’t much for the spotlight, but he endured it, humoring the media onslaught that sought his picture every July. Of the more than 650 thousand Canadians that served in the […]

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