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  Family Photography Portfolio  

Jade just recently turned one and, man, is she adorable!  We got to play a bit at Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver and she had a blast – playground, Mom & Dad and a water fountain – perfection for a one-year-old on a 90-degree day.  Just look at those dimples. THOSE DIMPLES!!!

This month’s speaker at CreativeMornings Portland was photographer Holly Andres.  Holly constructs her compositions as a painter does a canvas, often investing scenes with personal, sometimes traumatic, recollections of her own childhood as well as the oft-recurring theme of girls bridging the divide between youth and adulthood.

How cute is this little gem?!  Jade is nine months old and is really busting out of her shell.  Just look at those dimples!

Earlier this Summer I had the good fortune of photographing Nir Pearlson Architecture‘s gut renovation of the Stellaria Building for Hummingbird Wholesale.  Well since our shoot there’s been some great news as Nir won both the People’s Choice and the Mayor’s Choice awards in the annual AIA-SWO (American Institute of Architects Southwestern Oregon) design competition.  […]

Following up on a request from a prospective client to see more, in this case, kitchens, here’s a round-up of all of the best kitchens I have had the pleasure of photographing.  Thanks to my many fantastic clients! Amy Seminski Interior Design – Upper East Side Kitchen Ayuso Architecture – Flatiron Loft Kitchen McC | […]

I had a prospective client ask to see some more of my photographs of small spaces – primarily bathrooms and kitchens – to see if we would be a good fit working together. To be honest, I wasn’t sure that I had photographed that many bathrooms, because they’re rarely the feature of a design, but […]

After too many years delay, I’m finally finishing some picture frames I’ve long been working on. These are all either domestic hardwoods (maple & cherry this time) or mahogany that I reclaimed from dining table leaves that got separated from their original table. Most of the frames are 18″x24,” perfect for framing a 12″x18″ print. […]

More photographs of my favorite little man (Sorry Cole, he’s family… plus he lives closer). I hope you are all enjoying a wonderful Thanksgiving with family!

Some fun from earlier in the month with one of my favorite little guys.

Here’s a little preview for the weekend. I hope you get to spend some quality time with the ones you love….

I got to catch up with my good friend, Mike, and his kids, Brogan and Fiona, last weekend at the Mississippi Street Fair. For those who didn’t make it out, it was jam-packed with people and the sun was kind enough to shine down on us all afternoon. That’s not the best scenario for photos […]

Wedding Photography Portfolio

Nature Photography Portfolio

Due to some unfortunate circumstances this year, I found myself stuck in DC over Christmas, away from family, so I reached out to several local food banks hoping that I might be able to make the best of a bad situation by photographing their work that day. Unfortunately, due to the short notice, I wasn’t […]

Here’s a book of photos that I shot of the University of Oregon‘s Women’s Lacrosse Team from last season (2009).  The preview widget is great but be sure to view it “Fullscreen” for the full effect. Oregon Women’s Lacrosse 2009 – by Scott Larsen

I have the good fortune of volunteering with a fantastic recreational program of the City of Eugene that helps people with disabilities enjoy one of my great passions – skiing.

A fun visit with Dean, Brendan & Nolan

I had the opportunity recently to shoot this amazing loft of an art appraiser in New York City. The spectacular project was designed by my friend, Agustin Ayuso, of Ayuso Architecture and Elaine Manna of Elaine Manna Design and was built by Ken Solomon of Ken Solomon Construction. Truly a spectacular space….