Showing posts with label Seattle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Seattle. Show all posts

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Teaching at the University of Washington

Soon after I came to Seattle in November I met visual artist Susie Lee ( and she invited me to collaborate in teaching a photography class at the University of Washington. 
I was very excited about the project especially because the idea was to combine and research elements of tap dance and photography that both art forms have in common. We discussed different physical and musical exercises that could work together and lead the students to new ideas in their art making and we developed different ideas around time, timing, movement and space. 
Last Monday classes started and it was quite fun. We started off using exercises that I often use with my dance company to create an awareness of space, rhythm and time and that helps your mind connecting with each other and your environment. It was was great doing this not with dancers but photography students. We later combined these exercises with image making.
The class will continue for a few weeks and it's gonna be very interesting to see where this will lead.

Here are a few photos from our experiment.... 


Sunday, December 16, 2012

On the streets...Seattle #1

Here are a few street photographs from the last few days. I just love to roam the city with my camera trying to capture a certain feel and atmosphere of the neighborhoods, the people and the environment.
Enjoy... Thomas

Friday, November 30, 2012

Urban Landscapes: Seattle #2

I have been in Seattle now for two weeks and have done quite a bit street photography. The city is very photogenic and the light here is just beautiful.
All pictures were done with the Fuji X-Pro 1 and the X100.

More to come....

Saturday, November 17, 2012

West Seattle

Two days ago I arrived in Seattle. I will be here for next couple of month spending time with my girlfriend, dancing and photographing a lot. I am living in a nice apartment in West Seattle overlooking the water. I took these photos this morning going for an early walk and recovering from jet lag.

All pictures are taken with the Fuji X-Pro 1 and converted using Silver Efex 2

More to come soon. //thomas