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 I received the Picturing Trails commission in 2017, a project in partnership with  4Culture  and  King County Parks  to comprehensively capture and interpret the Regional Trail System through photography. I spent a year on the  Regional Trails of King County  photographing from October 2017 to October 2018.  Walking the trails one sees how the natural world and built world collide. You will see the industry through the trees and the lights of cars and the straight lines of buildings interacting with the natural lines of nature.  I remember the first time I went out with my camera to photograph on the RTS. I began on the Mountains to Sound Trail. Off of Beacon Ave where the trail starts, I looked to the right and immediately saw forest. The trees seemed endless and impressively wild, like I had just stepped into the woods and was not standing in the middle of Seattle’s urban core. I started photographing thinking of that feeling—the feeling of being transported into the wild, into a different state of mind and how nature encourages this.   Picturing Trails was created with the generous support of  4Culture  and  King County Parks and Trails .

I received the Picturing Trails commission in 2017, a project in partnership with 4Culture and King County Parks to comprehensively capture and interpret the Regional Trail System through photography. I spent a year on the Regional Trails of King County photographing from October 2017 to October 2018.

Walking the trails one sees how the natural world and built world collide. You will see the industry through the trees and the lights of cars and the straight lines of buildings interacting with the natural lines of nature.

I remember the first time I went out with my camera to photograph on the RTS. I began on the Mountains to Sound Trail. Off of Beacon Ave where the trail starts, I looked to the right and immediately saw forest. The trees seemed endless and impressively wild, like I had just stepped into the woods and was not standing in the middle of Seattle’s urban core. I started photographing thinking of that feeling—the feeling of being transported into the wild, into a different state of mind and how nature encourages this.


Picturing Trails was created with the generous support of 4Culture and King County Parks and Trails.

Alki_4.JPG
Springbrook_01.JPG
BPA03-Imacon.jpg
BPA_02.JPG
BPA_05.JPG
CrossKrikland_01.JPG
Green_River_18.JPG
InterurbanMilton_02.JPG
Alki_9.JPG
Snq_Valley_13.JPG
InterurbanS_01.JPG
InterurbanS_12.JPG
Green_River10-Imacon.jpg
JohnWayne_11.JPG
Mtn_to_Sound_24.JPG
Mnt_to_Sound16-Imacon.jpg
Mtn_to_Sound44.JPG
Preston_Snoq_04.JPG
PugetPower_02.JPG
Seward_05.JPG
Snq_Valley_8.JPG
Mnt_to_Sound34-Imacon.jpg
Springbrook09-Imacon.jpg
Tolt_02.JPG
Duwamish07-Imacon.jpg
 I received the Picturing Trails commission in 2017, a project in partnership with  4Culture  and  King County Parks  to comprehensively capture and interpret the Regional Trail System through photography. I spent a year on the  Regional Trails of King County  photographing from October 2017 to October 2018.  Walking the trails one sees how the natural world and built world collide. You will see the industry through the trees and the lights of cars and the straight lines of buildings interacting with the natural lines of nature.  I remember the first time I went out with my camera to photograph on the RTS. I began on the Mountains to Sound Trail. Off of Beacon Ave where the trail starts, I looked to the right and immediately saw forest. The trees seemed endless and impressively wild, like I had just stepped into the woods and was not standing in the middle of Seattle’s urban core. I started photographing thinking of that feeling—the feeling of being transported into the wild, into a different state of mind and how nature encourages this.   Picturing Trails was created with the generous support of  4Culture  and  King County Parks and Trails .

I received the Picturing Trails commission in 2017, a project in partnership with 4Culture and King County Parks to comprehensively capture and interpret the Regional Trail System through photography. I spent a year on the Regional Trails of King County photographing from October 2017 to October 2018.

Walking the trails one sees how the natural world and built world collide. You will see the industry through the trees and the lights of cars and the straight lines of buildings interacting with the natural lines of nature.

I remember the first time I went out with my camera to photograph on the RTS. I began on the Mountains to Sound Trail. Off of Beacon Ave where the trail starts, I looked to the right and immediately saw forest. The trees seemed endless and impressively wild, like I had just stepped into the woods and was not standing in the middle of Seattle’s urban core. I started photographing thinking of that feeling—the feeling of being transported into the wild, into a different state of mind and how nature encourages this.


Picturing Trails was created with the generous support of 4Culture and King County Parks and Trails.

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