Posts Tagged ‘seattle post-intelligencer’

Seattle Photos of the Year 2009

Seattle Photos of the Year 2009

Check out Seattlepi.com’s 2009 Photos of the Year gallery, which includes loads of beautiful, newsworthy images from Seattle, including a number by the photographers of Red Box Pictures. Once you’re done checking those out, click over to The Seattle Times, to see their best photos of 2009 as well. Nice work everyone!¬† –Andy


Visit from Former P-I Publisher

Visit from Former P-I Publisher

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 […]


P-I Tribute

P-I Tribute

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 […]


3, 2, 1…liftoff!

3, 2, 1...liftoff!

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.