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Fall Update: Odin Gets Bigger, New Website & Portfolios, And…

What a year it’s been! As you know, my wife and I had our first baby last December. Becoming Odin’s Dad has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.  It’s been a slight period of adjustment finding a balance between work and my new family life. So, that’s why I am seriously...

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Ad Campaign For Fleischmann’s Yeast

Here is a Flesischmann’s Yeast ad campaign I shot last year for Olson that’s running right now. Quite a bit of production went into making these two pictures. It started with Art Buyer Mark Pakulski contacting my rep Adam Renfree with these concept sketches: It was then up to me to figure out how to turn these concepts...

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Twenty Eleven – A Year of Work

I’m a little late for an end of year review, but here it is none the less. Speaking purely from a financial point of view, 2011 was a lot like 2010 in that it was way better than 2009, but not quite as good as 2008. However, the photographs I created in 2011 are some of...

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  • Vicki01/26/2012 - 10:55 am

    Beautiful work LincolnReplyCancel

  • Jen Pells02/18/2012 - 7:17 pm

    Amazing work and quite a range. I found your site looking for examples of modern architecture for a remodel we are doing on our home in the Puget Sound area. As a Realtor, I appreciate all of your stunning interior home shots, something we do not see enough of in real estate listings.

    Here’s to a productive (and fun) 2012!ReplyCancel

Winner! PDN’s Objects of Desire Photo Contest

I am beyond excited to share with you the good news about my first major photo contest win. For the 1st Annual PDN’s Objects of Desire photo contest, I won in the Food & Still Life category for this sizzling shot of bacon. The shot, art directed by Michael Novak, was originally taken for Portland Monthly...

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A Recipe for Oven Baked Trout in Parchment

Trout is a pretty tasty fish, but cooking it right can make it a phenomenal meal. Try out this quick and easy recipe from my buddy Kevin Ward. Serves 2, but you can easily double it for a dinner party. Ingredients: 2 Whole Trout, cleaned, boned, and butterflied (you can ask your fishmonger to do...

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    Portland Monthly July 2011 – Season’s Eatings

    Man, do I love shooting food. I love it almost as much as eating it. And I feel really lucky because there’s no shortage of truly great food in Portland. In fact, the most difficult thing about food here is deciding what to eat. That’s why this story by Allison Jones was so great to...

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    • Tina07/08/2011 - 6:00 am

      Fantastic!
      I love that you’ve shared how a photographer deals with art direction & comes up with solutions on the spot. The photographs are amazing.ReplyCancel

    A Recipe for The Best Sandwich Ever

    When I was first getting in to food photography, I reached out to a good friend of mine who is an excellent chef. I wanted to create some new food shots for my portfolio and he wanted to try his hand at food styling. It was a win win scenario and the results look beautiful...

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    • Gene Danenhower04/13/2011 - 9:10 pm

      I think Lincoln is my long lost brother separated at birth….

      Love your work Lincoln!ReplyCancel

    • Dad09/20/2011 - 10:33 am

      Linc,

      What time is Lunch!

      Love

      DadReplyCancel

    • Liane01/05/2014 - 4:00 pm

      That looks absolutely divine, nothing beats a real steak sandwich. Do you have any suggestions to replace the hanger steak? Maybe a flank?ReplyCancel

    A Recipe for Watermelon Radish Winter Citrus Salad

    Another Kevin Ward recipe for a delicious and crisp salad with seasonal ingredients. 2 Watermelon Radishes, sliced paper thin on a mandolin 1 Cara Cara Orange, segmented, juice saved 1 Grapefruit, segmented, juice saved 1 Blood Orange, segmented, juice saved 1 small bulb Fennel, peeled in 2” ribbons Sunflower sprouts 1 Meyer Lemon, juice 3...

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      A Recipe for Pickled Beets

      I’ve been thinking a lot about my blog lately and it’s purpose. Is it a window into my career? Is a place for me to talk about the business of photography to help my fellow colleagues? Should I post personal work? Does it have to be just that? Can it be more? Should it be...

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        Best Sandwich Ever (and a website reboot)

        It’s that time of year again. Time to refresh the portfolios, website, marketing materials, etc. Keeps it interesting and keeps me busy during this slow time of year. I don’t consider myself to be niche photographer. Rather, I have a style of photography that works well across several genres and I focus on my favorite...

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