Monthly Archives: May 2008

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I really dig this building. It’s like nothing else I’ve ever photographed.

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  • william rugen06/02/2008 - 1:26 pm

    I like this place too, but more as the parts, than the whole. I think any one of these would have been a great way, but it just feels like too much jammed together. but then again, I like that they tried something rather than the same old same old.

    here is one I did of the emp earlier this year: http://williamrugen.com/blog/index.php?showimage=61

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Recent Work Featured on Design*Sponge

Recently, I photographed a remodeled home for my newest architectural client, Jessica Helgerson Interior Design. Jessica’s clean and modern design aesthetic was perfect for a young hip family relocating to Portland. From what she tells me, it was a pretty striking change between what the house was and what it is today. It was a...

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    best chair ever

    Lauren and I went up to Seattle for my birthday a few weeks ago. We stayed at the Gas Light Inn in the Capitol Hill area. It was awesome. I spent many hours just sitting in this chair just relaxing.

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      leaf

      This one’s a little trippy after you stare at it for a while. I see a wolf in the middle.

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      lamp

      So, besides for the last photo, I’m going to try to focus on a theme for this month’s posts. Light and texture is a little broad, but that’s the general idea. I’ll come up with a better name later. Hope you enjoy.

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        vote for dan

        Everyone, meet Dan McLaughlin. Dan’s a good friend and my go to assistant these days (he’s also a helluva photographer). Anyway, this shot of him is up on Shoot The Blog for their Hot Photo Assistant contest. You should go there now and vote. Vote for Dan, and all your wildest dreams will come true!

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        March/April Desirables in Portland Spaces

        These are always fun to do and it’s so nice to be a regular contributer to a magazine. I have now shot three of these product features for Portland Spaces in my studio with Jen Davison and Rachel DeSchepper. This tearsheet is from the most recent issue where we focused on handmade objects by local...

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          continental

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            spring

            Spring is in full effect. If only it would just get a little warmer…

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            3 Full Page Spreads in April Portland Monthly

            April was a great month for me in Portland Monthly. I shot three full page spreads, two for the April issue and one for the Northwest Golf annual special edition that came with the issue. Here are the tearsheets.

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