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“Do not follow the ideas of others, but learn to listen to the voice within yourself.  Your body and mind will become clear and you will realize the unity of all things.”  ― Dogen

10 reasons to have your tintype portrait captured.

Kathryn and I just spend a weekend capturing images at our tintype pop-up, Portland based Sunroom Analog. Tintype phot

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Wedding photography interview!

I woke up to find a great feature about my wedding photography on With Joy's website! I've been a photographer since 19

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Seattle engagement in the woods / Brynnan & Mikkel

I love this engagement session in the woods with Brynnan and Mikkel! An adventure session is a chance to spend quality

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Portland tintype photography studio – Sunroom Analog

A bit over a year ago my partner Kathryn and I undertook the monumental challenge of teaching ourselves the 1851 ar

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Seattle tintype event / photography event

Tintype photographers Lucas Mobley and Kathryn Stevens will be hosting a Seattle tintype event on September 20th, 21st

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The 10 best wedding venues in Seattle

Choosing the 10 best wedding venues in Seattle is an impossible task! And it is entirely arbitrary. So, I'm going to s

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Seattle tintype pop-up // April 26th, 27th, 28th.

Sunroom Analog's next Seattle tintype pop-up has finalized the dates of April 26th, 27th and 28th for their next event!

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Elegant Seattle Wedding at the Olympic Rooftop Pavilion in Ballard // Alina & Tony

Alina & Tony's Seattle wedding at the Olympic Rooftoop Pavilion in Ballard was one of my favorite. Ever. It was a b

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Tintype photography podcast featuring us!

Kathryn and I had spent months learning wet plate collodion tintype photography, hear all about it on a tintype photogr

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Wet plate collodion photography – an almost lost art

Seven months ago wet plate collodion photography was only a far off idea. "Maybe someday I would look into it more," I

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My Story

Great photography is the feeling of mist kissing your face on the bow of a boat, it is the sparkling eyes of the partner you love with every cell of of your being, it is the fresh wind at sunset. It is a form of mindfulness and a process of existing in each moment as fully as possible. Photography is a way of sharing the feelings and textures of life with others.

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