A few weeks ago I flew back to my hometown of Seattle on the sudden opportunity to shoot stills onset the new “Why Don’t We” music video, “I Don’t Belong In This Club” Directed by my mentor Jason Koenig.

If you don’t already know of this band, you will soon. Might I mention their fans adamantly defend the correction of “boy band” to “man band.”


I had an amazing impromptu shoot with longtime friend Teela Laroux. She has been a common theme in my portfolio, and a muse for my editorial fashion work. 


Brandon Breaux is an incredible artist, and someone I am blessed to call a friend. He is compassionate, pushing for discussion and openness with the topic of mental health, which is often stigmatized or ignored within popular culture. Being in a relationship with a mental health therapist, and being someone who has constantly battled with my own depression and anxiety, it is inspiring to see someone create something simply to raise money and awareness for this cause.  NAMI, the National Alliance of Mental Illness, is the nations largest grassroots mental health organization. 50% of the proceeds of this march will be donated directly to NAMI.

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He also designed a giant art installment for Bud Light, which transpired into the design of a new bottle, neon signs, pop art, clothing and other products. I was called on to shoot a lifestyle campaign involving the new local can design, out in Chicago this summer. 



Tri Film is a rad production company in Seattle, WA. They contacted me looking to spice up their About section, and feature unique portraits of all their employees. Here are a few favorites from our two day shoot back in 2015.