Monthly Archives: April 2009

My West Coast :: Someone Died Here

There have only been two times in my life that I’ve been close to death. This spot was one of them. On my way in to lunch one day, I saw all these police cars crowded around this area. I asked the bartender about and he said a homeless man was found killed in the...

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    My West Coast :: Oak Street Building

    This is the back of the building where my studio is. Is kind of harsh and ugly building, so a little soft focus makes it seem more dreamy. Opening is tonight! Visit OFFICE’s website for details.

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      My West Coast :: Loading Dock

      Tomorrow is a special day for me. It will be the very first time I’ve displayed work in Portland, OR. A few months back, my good friends at OFFICE invited me to submit work to a group show for the month of May entitled “My West Coast”. All in all, 8 photographers have submitted five...

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        Mahaulepu Heritage Trail

        This was pretty cool hike we did in Kauai last fall on our honeymoon. It was a really windy day, but the sun felt so glorious after a super rainy fall in Oregon. The Mahaulepu Heritage Trail is a pretty easy to navigate, though when you’re carrying 15lbs of camera gear, you watch your step...

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        • Ed Hetherington05/05/2009 - 6:38 pm

          This is awesome! The processing is great because it is such a different take on the typical Hawaii shoreline picture.ReplyCancel

        Free Union Fence

        This fence is on my in-law’s farm in Virginia. It’s a beautiful place to visit. I think I enjoy the familiarity of being there. Reminds me of early days of high school when we all just got our driver’s license. I would get together with Drew, Wally, and Zach and we would drive around back...

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          back and so strong

          The ides-of-may has returned! Sorry for taking it down. Felt like I lost some fans. Won’t happen again. A lot’s been happening with me since I last made a post. Got married, went to Hawaii, narrowly escaped the snow storm of the century in Portland, moved studios, had my first client party, launched a new...

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          • Lauren04/15/2009 - 9:44 pm

            Yaaaay!!!! I missed you, ides of may. Welcome back:)ReplyCancel

          April-May Portland Spaces

          Here are some tearsheets from the April-May 09 issue of Portland Spaces. The first three are for the Spacemakers section called Good Life. It features the home of Stephanie Sheldon-Nevarez (who I shot a year ago for Portland Monthly) and Thomas Nevarez. Stephanie owns a great post modern antique store called Noun and their house...

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