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The evening of August 21st was a mighty fine one for story tellers. The award winning author and editor Jennifer Brozek assembled a crew of talented writers from the greater Seattle area for fun time of grand stories at the Wayway Coffee House in Seattle.

Lily Cohen-More, Jennifer's personal assitant, walks between the chairs, making sure that everything is ready to go.

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Different kinds of shows require a different kinds of results. When I shoot play, there are times I can almost predict where the action is happening and where it's going to go so I can get the shot when it happens. Shooting a live dance performance can be another beast all together and American Tribal Style belly dance, a form of belly dance built around group improvisation, is no exception. Of course when you trade out theater lights for the harsh rays of the sun, capturing that perfect photo becomes that much harder.

On July 11th, I had the honor of following the Students of Skin Deep around with my camera as these talented rocked the Beacon Rocks street festival.


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The Itsy Bitsy Teen Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Meow Cabaret, produced by Macha Monkey, last week was a glorious good time building up to a audaciously exciting climax. Here are just a few of the photos from the show.

Sarah Papineau and Rachel Madelena performing their song and dance.

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I will be at the Rendezvous Jewellbox Theater this evening to photograph the performance of the very talented Miss Vixen Valentine and her new burlesque routine. To quote Miss Valentine, "It'll be magical!"

The show starts at 7:30pm and runs through 10pm.

The Jewellbox Theatre is located in the Rendezvous at 2322 2nd Avenue in Seattle.

The 90 minute show is a part of Macha Monkey's MEOW Cabaret Series. This is year is Macha Monkey's ninth for the MEOW Cabarets.

  • Playwright Alexis Holzer presents an original work!
  • Sarah Papineau will perform an original piece about the comedic power and beauty of shoes!
  • Vixen Valentine will provide an all-new, dazzling dose of summer burlesque va-va-voom!
  • Sarah Papineau and Rachel Madelena will serenade the audience in a song-and-dance number for the ages!
  • Local trio-Band Railroad Tycoons will entertain and delight the audience with guitar, mandolin and bass!
  • And much more!
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Last October, I shot photos of the SteamCon Tea and Couture Fashion Show. I had a lot of fun taking the photos. You can view all of the photos here.

A couple of weeks ago, I was approached by the coordinator of the SteamCon 2 fashion show asking if I'd be interested in doing it all over again. It would be an understated to say I agreed to do it again. No, this year, I have ideas on how to improve the lighting and get even better shots than some of the awesome ones below. To celebrate this occassion, here are some photo's from last year's fasion show, Tea and Couture.

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One of the things I love about my work and photography as a whole is how you capture this memory, a moment in time. For everyone outside of the opening and closing of the shutter, that moment is gone only to be remembered imperfectly. With a camera, I can preserve those moments. Sometimes, I can create memories that never were.

Recently, I began trolling through the Stopped Motion Photography archives. Holy cow, there are a lot of photos in there and you can see where the where the learning curves are. Here are a few memories from the past, both real and imagined. More behind the cut. )

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On Thursday, May 20th, Unwoman, also known as Erica Mulkey, celebrated the release of her latest CD, Casualties here in Seattle at the Jewelbox Theater. The show opened with a performance by Tin Can Tobacco Band. Nathaniel Johnstone and Harlan Glotzer, of the Toy Box Trio, took the stage next with Erica providing support on the theremin.

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I will be there, helping out with the photobooth, taking your photos and enabling you to walk away with a print.


The Steampunk Film Festival will be the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), located at 2700 24th Avenue East in Seattle from 5:30pm to 12:30am. Tickets for the festival are on sale now.


Stopped Motion Photography is proud to be able to help raise funds to fix the Carrol Clock which was donated to MOHAI in 2008. On Christmas Eve, 2009, the clock was vandalized, it's inner workings and pendulum were stolen! The clock can be repaired, but it's not going be cheap.

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