After spending a few days in Rome, it’s time to head up north to Tuscany to get to work. If you can call it that! Premier Vineyard Tours rented a fantastic villa in San Gimignano, Tuscany for the week. You couldn’t ask for more in a place to stay in Tuscany. Gina & Kimberly the […]
I had the pleasure of being hired by Premier Vineyard Tours of Seattle to document one of their tours to the Tuscany region of Italy. They offer a week long tour of various wine producers in the region. They now offer a one week tour in the fall and one in the spring. They get […]
Red Box Pictures photo shoot featured on one of webs most popular wedding style blogs.
I had the opportunity to photograph a wonderful subject, Willoughby Walshe, an active senior citizen who teaches through in an internship with Seattle’s parks and recreation department. She is part of a story on working past age 65, which was published today on the front page USA Today. The story is part of a project […]
Popular designer David Bromstad’s show, Color Splash, on HGTV, has reached it’s 100th episode
One of the things I miss most about working at a newspaper is covering events like the one today at the University of Washington. President Barack Obama was in town stumping for U.S. Senator Patty Murray. The SeattlePI.com hired Red Box Pictures to photograph the president’s visit, and I was more than happy to shoot […]
I had the pleasure of photographing Jamie Koffman’s Bat Mitzvah ceremony on Saturday at Temple De Hirsch Sinai in Bellevue. I couldn’t have had a better family and Rabbi to work with then the Koffmans and Rabbi Daniel A. Septimus for my first Bat Mitzvah! Jamie has a great spirit and attitude and didn’t seem […]
Red Box Pictures had the privilege of documenting the 2010 Komen Puget Sound Race for the Cure on June 6. It was dreary and pouring when we arrived, but we were warmed by the amazing spirit of everyone involved, from volunteers and spectators to organizers and participants. Mostly, we were inspired by all breast cancer […]
I was happy to see that a story I photographed for USA Today made today’s front page. I don’t shoot too many editorial assignments anymore, so I certainly enjoyed going out and meeting the subjects in this story about Seattle’s backyard cottages. USA Today editors made a nice video featuring some of the photos. – […]
Fun making photos at Cascade Bicycle Club’s Bike to Work Day.
Scott Eklund at work photographing the creations of Chef Scott Carberg of Lampreia.
I recently spent the afternoon hanging out with Team USA Moguls skier Patrick Deneen, a Cle Elum native who won the Moguls World Championship this year and hopes to compete in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, B.C. Shooting for USA Today and working alongside longtime veteran Olympics writer Meri-Jo Borzilleri (a former colleague when I […]
Here’s a shot of Red Box Pictures wedding photographer Scott Eklund working with Michelle during her recent wedding at The Attic in Sumner, WA. Stay tuned for a selection of fun pictures from the event. –Andy
With the start of the football season upon us, I thought I would post a recent assignment for Sports Northwest Magazine. We were hired by a former co-worker from our days at the Seattle P-I, Todd Dybas, who is now the editor at the magazine. He wanted a cover shot of University of Washington football […]
Seattle Space Needle shrouded in fog, with curved framed by curved side of Enso office tower.
I first crossed paths with Chef Scott Carsberg of Lampreia Restaurant in April of 2007 when I was a staff photographer at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. I was assigned to photograph Lampreia for a restaurant review by P-I restaurant critic Leslie Kelly. I was familiar with his reputation as one of the top chefs in the country and Lampreia […]
One gorgeous places reminds me of another 7660 miles away.
I enjoy the challenge of translating a three dimensional space into a two dimensional photo.
I had a fun assignment recently for the Los Angeles Times, hanging out with one of the Seattle Sounders’ owners, actor/comedian/game-show host Drew Carey. I wasn’t sure what to expect. Carey was a great guy and very down-to-earth. I anticipated a real high-energy Chris Farley-like personality, but he was nothing like that. He was very […]
Former employees and supporters of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer gathered last night at Town Hall Seattle for a final tribute to the newspaper, which ceased publication on March 17 after 146 years. Folk singer Heidi Muller performed her original song, “Goodnight, P-I” (see video above) and various P-I employees including editorial cartoonist David Horsey and sports […]
It was a flash back to my youth with the arena rock show that I photographed recently at the ShoWare Center in Kent, as Styx, REO Speedwagon and .38 Special made their way to the Northwest. The heyday of these bands has definitely passed, but the enthusastic fans didn’t seem to mind. Not all of […]
We’ve been around for about two months now, and we have been getting comfortable with our name. It seems to be memorable, likable, and I am thinking we chose right.
The staff at Red Box Pictures had a request for a group photo for an upcoming article in News Photographer magazine. So we decided to get out of the studio and head to one of the most beautiful spots in the city; Alki Point. It was one of those days, and evenings, that make all the rainy Seattle days worthwhile. I can hear the song playing now…..the bluest skies you’ve ever seen are in Seattle.
My recent visit to the Hanford Site, a decommissioned nuclear production complex near Richland, Wash. ended up being challenging in ways I never expected.
When I first took the assignment from the Washington Post, I presumed that gaining access to would be difficult, but after a few phone calls, I got connected with Geoff Tyree, with U.S. Department of Energy, who was more than helpful in coordinating a visit to the site, where plutonium was once manufactured for use in the first nuclear bomb and in Fat Man, the bomb detonated over Nagasaki, Japan.