Monthly Archives: October 2009

My Clients Win Awards

Just found out one of my clients, Mahlum Architects, has won six design awards for their Springfield Elementary Schools project that I photographed for them this summer. The awards are… AIA Southwest OR Chapter Peoples Choice Award AIA Southwest OR Chapter Peoples Colleague Choice Award AIA Southwest OR Chapter Honor Design Award AIA Portland Chapter...

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    AIA Portland Architectural Photo Workshop

    Please join me this Sunday, October 11th for a hands on Architectural Photo Tour through the Pearl District of Portland, OR. This workshop is part of the AIA’s 2009 Architecture & Design Festival going on all of October in Portland, OR. Pro Photo Supply is donating use of Canon and Nikon cameras with wide angle...

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      Gourmet Magazine. October 2009. Page 91.

      Au Revoir Gourmet Magazine. I happen to have a little shot in the latest and final issue Gourmet. Since I probably won’t be able to get a digital tearsheet, here’s the shot that ran as part of a story on Restaurants Worth The Money. For Portland, Pok Pok was featured and they highlighted this delicious...

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        Would You Take Something That Isn’t Yours?

        If you’re an artist, you should protect you work. Via: http://www.dontscrewus.org/

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        • Creative ideas01/21/2010 - 12:16 am

          Nice. Love this postReplyCancel

        • narra01/21/2010 - 10:51 pm

          It is not so much about what other people will do if they believe they can get away with it, but what I do when I believe that I can. I do not take “things” that belong to other people, although I do take away ideas. After some brain composting these ideas work through my thoughts and become parts of new works or ideas of my own. I guess that is my work being informed by the work of others.ReplyCancel

        Off the Steel

        Off the Steel, originally uploaded by lincoln-barbour. Shot while waiting for the Steel Bridge to open crossing from East to West.

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