This house on Sunset Hill has great afternoon and evening light with a view of the Olympics and Puget sound from the bedroom and the outside terrance on the top floor. This is one of the last photographs from the shoot of Seatle homes for the Seattle interior designer Robin Chell Design. Robin Chell Design provides complete residential and commercial interior design services, including design concept, space planning, interior specifications, furniture, finish and fixture selection, custom furniture design, art procurement, and lighting specification. Photograph by Seattle Photographer Daniel Sheehan specializing in photojournalism, portraits and photography for publications and corporations, and photojournalistic Seattle wedding photography.
The Buckets performed at a rare appearance at High Dive in Seattle Friday night. Fantastic.
I was out at a bar in the Fremont section of Seattle having a beer and watching a local band called “The Buckets” . When the show was done I headed out the door and saw these Zombies at a table and photographed them wondering why they were let in there. Then I hit the streets and it looked like the Zombies had taken over the city. I started taking photos as they walked by and here is a selection of them. There were thousands of them around. I made it out of Fremont ok. It seems that more than a thousand people participated Friday night in an attempt in Fremont to break the record for most people in a zombie walk. How many exactly will be determined by officials at the Guiness Book of Records who need to verify signatures and pictures of people before announcing if the record was broken. Stay tuned and I will post the official number later. After the walk the zombies went for a viewing of some outdoor movies, Shaun of the Dead, and playing of Michael Jackson’s Thriller for zombies to dance to. More than a thousand zombies danced to Michael Jackson’s Thriller. The event was scheduled before his death, and so it turned into a tribute.
This just in. Fremont has broken the world’s record for the most zombies in one place with the new official record of 3,848 zombies
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Phil Kelly has been working on a new CD project,out at Bear Creek Studio in Woodinville recently, his first big band jazz album under his own name, “Convergence Zone” which is scheduled for fall release on Origin Records. I got to make a panoramic photo of the whole band on a break out behind the studio. Phil is seated at right.
In addition to more than 40 years as a composer / arranger for film, TV, and other media applications, Phil Kelly has written for bands like Bill Watrous’ NY Wildlife Refuge, the Old Tonight show band , Doc Severinsen, Si Zentner, as well as functioning as arranger/ conductor / drummer for vocalists Buddy Greco, Julius LaRosa, Frank D’Rone, Sylvia Syms, John Gary, Jenny Smith, and Al ‘TNT’ Braggs among others..
Early on in his career, he also logged several years as a jazz drummer with artists such as Terry Gibbs ,Red Garland, and Denny Zeitlin as well as years of work as a studio and recording drummer. In addition to his film and TV writing, He has written music for over 500 national commercials , ESPN, ABC Sports , NFL Films, and industrial films and shows for Cadillac, Chevrolet, Volkswagen, American Airlines and Zales Jewelers.
His website is at http://www.philkellymusic.com/
I photographed Dianne Reeves and Kurt Elling last night at the Belllevue Jazz Festival. What a treat. Two of the top jazz vocalists around today. Dianne Reeves performed last night in the Meydenbauer Center with her Strings Attached ensemble featuring guitarists Russell Malone and Romero Lubambo. They were fantastic. I last photographer Russell at the Triple Door back in March playing a duet with Bill Frisell.
Kurt Elling performed with Laurence Hobgood on piano, Rob Amster on bass, and Ulysses Owens Jr on drums. The trio created a great sound backing Kurt in a marvelous performance. He was so cool and suave.