Sometimes life is subtle. For example, if you live in the pacific northwest paying attention is important if you enjoy acknowledging the passing of seasons. I was leaving the Veteran’s Hospital (the awesome place I get to spend my advanced year of training as a Social Worker) this week and as I pulled my rain jacket hood over my eyebrows prepared to walk briskly to my car while looking at my feet in the down pour, I caught a glimpse of the daffodils sprouting up. I thought, “Hi spring. There you are.” Before you start to groan, this is not a “stop and smell the flowers post.” My priority was to get out of the rain, not to stop and look at the daffodils. No flower is going to get that much of my attention while I’m cold. However, it helped me remember that the things I enjoy about life, like the changing of our seasons, are often subtle.
With that said, please enjoy this straight out of the bag, no special lenses or lights, 10 minute rough edit of a recent near-spring day in Seattle. We have some awesome stuff coming out of the can right now – weddings, our first lifestyle shoot with a family who asked us to create a film honoring their patriarch, and more. Until we are ready to share the work that is obviously related to our business, here is something more subtle.