Samantha and Matthew had a wonderful wedding reception at The Rainier Club, after having a small family ceremony in Hawaii. The couple had a great sense of humor, making for a night with lots of energy, fun moments and memorable pictures. The cold November evening was warmed by the club’s gigantic fireplace, where dinner was [...]
As we speed toward 2011, we want to wish all of our friends and clients a wonderful holiday season and prosperous new year. We are grateful to all who have helped make 2010 so successful, and look forward to another year of great photography. Red Box goes for a spin on Candy Cane Lane. Photo [...]
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
Here’s a handful of images from a recent engagement photography session with Suzy and Michael. We had a great time taking photos as we strolled around Queen Anne on a beautiful afternoon. We finished our session at one of my favorite spots in the city, Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park. I can’t wait for [...]
Sarah celebrated her Tibetan heritage with her fiance Kris at a ceremony attended by friends and family in Seattle.
Man, it’s getting cold. About a month or so ago, I was trying to come up with an idea for a holiday card to send out to friends Red Box Pictures. I shot this photo of the maple tree in my back yard, thinking it might make for a different kind of card. My colleagues [...]
Alik and Jennifer picked a sweet spot to exchange vows. Tucked among the trees, on the southeast edge of the Montlake Cut, their wedding unfolded at Seattle’s McCurdy Park on a stunning fall day. The couple, recent Seattle transplants, had wanted a classic Pacific Northwest atmosphere, and with the waterfowl, boaters and kayakers passing by on [...]
Scott and I worked in tandem to document the wedding day of Silvia and Adrian. We started at their separate homes and met at her families house, where a sizable group of friends and relatives prepared themselves for the ceremony. After a reveal in the main foyer, we headed to Gasworks Park for some beautiful, [...]
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 [...]
We had a nice visit from Roger Oglesby, the former publisher of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, when he dropped by the studio earlier today before enjoying a nice lunch with our neighbors at the Boat Street Cafe. It was good to hear that he is doing well, spending time with his family while splitting his week [...]
Had the pleasure of photographing Silvia and Adrian for a recent engagement session. They wanted to go to the Pike Place Market around dusk and try and catch some good light. We were lucky to catch some beautiful light, and also a great couple. They were a lot of fun, and were up to try anything. Their [...]
Worked on this until 1am for the second straight night…finally done. Our full-page ad for the Seattle Wedding Show, which takes place January 16-17, 2010. Thanks to all the itty-bitty little people who appear in it. –Andy
My pal from college in Austin, TX, Stephanie Friedman stopped by the studio last week during a visit. We had a yummy lunch and shot some fun pix in the studio, along with her husband Ted and local friend Shelly. I just read Steph’s tweet about her new artwork. Check out her hip and beatiful [...]
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
I spent some time with Sarah and Kris at Discovery Park recently. The weather and light were outstanding, and their chemistry is undeniable. We had a lot of fun…a taste of what’s to come during their March wedding at the Lake Union Cafe. –Andy
Please enjoy this short documentary on the wedding of Daniel and Claudia.
Scott and I were walking downtown to look at some frames for hanging in the studio when we happened upon this Red Box DVD rental kiosk in front of a store. I was amused because we read all about these things when we were researching our name, but I had never actually seen one in [...]
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 [...]
Durandy is passionate.
Andy Golub has amassed the largest collection of Duran Duran posters in the world, which he keeps archived to museum standards in a Bellevue storage facility. Whether you ever were or still are a fan of the English band (I was), you have to admire when a person puts all of himself into doing something the right way. Durandy has been doing it right, collecting rare items from around the world since early 1985 and making them available for admiration by other fans via his Durandy Productions website.
Baby Lachlan here is the cover-child for May’s Seattle’s Child Magazine. Liz Gillespie, the magazine’s editor asked me to track down a little one for their “New Arrivals” issue and fortunately, I knew a baby with just the right personality.
Welcome to the blog. We’re getting this thing rolling so that our clients, friends and family can keep an eye on what we’re up to as we forge ahead on our new adventure. Red Box Pictures is a new photography studio in Seattle founded by four former Seattle Post-Intelligencer photographers shortly after the paper closed in March. We decided to go into business together for a bunch of reasons, but one of the biggest was to preserve some of the great camaraderie we shared as members of a newspaper staff.