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Last month I was at the Seattle Space Needle covering a corporate event but had to stop and make the mountains just before sunset. Seattle Center is in the foreground.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

August 11th, 2014

Macklemore in performance with Ryan Lewis in Seattle area.

Not long ago I was assigned to cover an event where the main entertainment was the performer Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.  He and his company put a great show and the audience really loved it.

here are a few of my favorites from the day.

Macklemore in performance with Ryan Lewis in Seattle area.

Macklemore in performance with Ryan Lewis in Seattle area.

Macklemore in performance with Ryan Lewis in Seattle area.

 
Last summer I photographed a Microsoft event for a vendor and the highlight of the day was a performance by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. They put on quite a show and everybody was very excited by it.
 

 

Steve Jobs

August 29th, 2013

Steve Jobs addressing a conference.Recently I was scanning in some older slides from the late 1990’s and found this shot of Steve Jobs I had forgot I made. I remember him as pretty funny at the time. Wish he was still with us.

 

Reverend Bernice King at SPU

November 9th, 2012


Reverend Bernice King earlier this year visited the campus of Seattle Pacific University and I was assigned to photograph her for their Alumni Magazine. King is the daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King. As one of today’s leading speakers, King is author of Hard Questions, Heart Answers. She was on campus to speak and meet with students and faculty. She was a inspirational speaker and was gracious in meting and speaking with the students after her lecture and gave me time to step outside for a portrait.

So this weekend Saturday was a beautiful sunny day with temperatures making it the warmest day of the year so far. It was also the day that the King County Regional Special Olympics Track & Field tournament was held and I was honored once again to be their photographer. More than 300 Special Olympians and their coaches and families turned out and had a great time. Seattle Seahawk defensive back and special teams captain Roy Lewis made an appearance to help hand out the medals. He was one of a number of local stars that came to help out. It was the few times anyone could remember that it did not rain on the Shoreline Stadium grounds on the day of the track meet. Here are some of my favorite images from the event. If you would like to see all of the photos  click here.

Below is a slideshow with some more highlights of the day.


On Saturday I was covering an event at Salish Lodge and was struck by the view from the room looking out over the falls. What a beautiful spot. It was late afternoon and the sun was getting ready to set but was still spotlighting the hillside above the fall. The falls were going strong with a great volume of water going down.  The Salish Lodge is a very inviting place with a great restaurant an I intend to return someday when not covering an event.

Special Olympics Washington

April 24th, 2011

Saturday was a beautiful day with sun all day and warm temperatures making it the warmest day of the year so far. It was also the day that the King County Regional Special Olympics Track & Field tournament was held and I was honored to be their photographer. More than 300 Special Olympians and their coaches and families turned out and had a great time. Seattle Seahawk defensive back and special teams captain Roy Lewis made an appearance to help hand out the medals. He was one of a number of local stars that came to help out. It was the first time anyone could remember that it did not rain on the Shoreline Stadium grounds on the day of the tournament. Here are some of my favorite images from the event. If you would like to see all of the photos and order prints go to Photo Bucket by clicking here.

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Seattle photographer Daniel Sheehan  does corporate events and portrait photography for national corporations and publications and is a Seattle Wedding Photographer with an artistic photojournalist style.

I am often called upon to make large group portraits an it is always a challenge to make them look great with everybody in the picture looking good with their eyes open and a good expression. It is a challenge just arranging every body and then getting their attention. Since I try to do one everytime I shoot a wedding, I have developed a skill at large group portraits. I usually have a lot of fun and the people do too. And then everyone gets a great picture with all of their co workers or friends or family. This was a san Francisco Wedding at a restaurant and we moved some tables and chairs and got everyone in the photo. Photograph by wedding photographers Daniel Sheehan, a Seattle photographer who specializes in people and portraits and travels everywhere to shoot weddings in a photojournalist style that is real, straightforward, subtle and unobtrusive. Daniel was named among the best Seattle wedding photographers by the Wedding Photojournalists Association.

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A Whole Nother Kind of Jazz

November 5th, 2009

WAYNE HORVITZ: THESE HILLS OF GLORY
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Soloist Carla Kihlstedt (violin) and the Odeonquartet, a world-renowned chamber group featuring Seattle Symphony musicians, perform Wayne Horvitz’s new chamber-music work, These Hills of Glory

The Earshot Jazz Festival is in it’s final week and so I am looking forward to staying home in the evenings starting next week for a least a little while. It has been a lot of fun covering the festival. I have seen and heard a lot of different styles of mostly jazz being played but the music of Wayne Horvitz was something very special.

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Pianist Cristina Valdes performs the world premier of Wayne Horvitz’s For Piano Alone in Four Parts


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The Odeon Quartet consisting of Gennady Fillmonov, violin, Artur Girsky,violin, Heather Bentley, viola, and Helene Ferret, cello, perform the world premier of Robin Holcomb’s Carry Over

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Wayne Horvitz joins the Odeon Quartet and Carla Kihistedt on stage at the end of the performance of These Hills of Glory