Thursday, August 6, 2009

The Working Summer!

This summer has turned out to be a good summer for work, however, most of it private stuff I am not really at liberty to post on this site! I am looking forward to doing some travel in the near future and getting some new pics up on the site. For now I am going to default to my collection of random amazing photography for some interesting material. Today's theme is accidents! I hope you enjoy and I look forward to putting some new material up soon!

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Interesting Photos of the Day!!!

Due to some type of horse flu, I've been out of commission for the past week. I finally managed to stay conscious for more than a few minutes and decided to share with you some of my photo collection. These are from different photographers at different times. The first and last photos are credited, however, I dont have the names of the middle three to give them credit. If anyone knows who took these, please leave me a comment so these amazing photographers can get some credit.

Since I have been reading the Bob Woodward series of Bush at War, I decided to find photos from the conflict zone. I hope you enjoy!!!

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Global Arms Trade Treaty

I should mention that I am a proud supporter of the second amendment and the owner of many guns. I believe that everyone has the right to defend themselves and their loved ones. I do support this global arms trade treaty, however, continuing to supply governments with weapons and munitions when they are blatantly violating international law, including human rights and humanitarian law, happens all to often.

Despite the suffering and poverty fuelled by irresponsible arms transfers, there is still no comprehensive, binding international treaty on the trade in conventional arms.

Check out the link at

Amnesty International has a QVC spoof video which is quite hilarious and sobering.

Since 2003, the Control Arms Campaign has been calling for a strong and effective Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), a legally binding international instrument, which will draw together and consolidate states’ current obligations under international law. If properly implemented, such an ATT would reduce the human cost associated with the proliferation of conventional arms. It would prevent unscrupulous arms suppliers finding the weakest point in the supply chain, and ensure that all arms exporters and importers are abiding by the same high standards regarding the use, management and transfer of arms, leading to a more secure world.

The idea of a global ATT was inspired by Nobel Peace Laureates and developed by lawyers, human rights organisations, and humanitarian NGOs. It now enjoys the support of a growing number of governments (153 States), as well as more than 800 civil society organisations worldwide

What does the organization want?

We want a global ATT based on our “5 Golden Rules” to help stop those international transfers of conventional arms that are likely to be used for serious human rights violations, and fuel conflict and poverty:

States shall not authorise international transfers of conventional arms or ammunition where they will:

(i) be used or are likely to be used for gross violations of international human rights law or serious violations of international humanitarian law.

(ii) have an impact that would clearly undermine sustainable development or involve corrupt practices;

(iii) provoke or exacerbate armed conflict in violation of their obligations under the UN Charter and existing treaties.

(iv) contribute to an existing pattern of violent crime.

(v) risk being diverted for one of the above outcomes or for acts of terrorism.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Updated Portfolio!

My new streamlined Carbonmade Portfolio can be viewed at

Zombies in Fremont!

Shots from the 2009 Seattle Zombie Walk will be up on my Behance portfolio soon. Here are a few to whet the appetite.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Seattle Pride Parade 2009

I have posted around 30 shots from the 2009 Seattle Gay Pride Parade that took place on Sunday, June 28th. The link is offsite due to some NSFW content.

2009 Seattle Pride Photos

Make sure to Stumble or Digg it if you like it! Thanks!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

2009 Fremont Solstice Fair, Seattle, Wa

More pics from the Solstice Fair in Fremont!!! Working during the parade didn't bode well for my photography exploits, however, I hope you enjoy the shots I managed to get on Saturday evening and Sunday. I should have a few more to post in the next day or so.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Fremont Solstice Fair

Unfortunately, I missed the naked bicyclists and the parade, but here are a few shots from the 2009 Fremont Solstice Fair this past weekend.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Zoo Pics!!!

Monday, May 25, 2009

Friday, April 24, 2009

The Elephant Seals of San Simeon

I have decided to include only a few of my shots from the California trip on this site. The link to my Behance portfolio where you can see the rest of them is

Sunday, April 19, 2009

California Trip

Hello! I have been in Morrow Bay, Ca, for a few days and will have some new photos up as soon as I get back to my computer in Seattle! Stay Tuned.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Back to Imagekind

I have placed some of my most popular images for sale at ImageKind. The URL is Dont forget the underscore between ADT and Photography!!!

Check out the shots and buy them up!

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

More Herons!!!

It's been a while since I've added anything, and these photos are about a week old, but they are the Heron shots that I promised. I'll have shots from Julia Massey at the Showbox in a day or so. For anyone interested in chess, check out the ICC at for some awesome commentary on the Amber Rapid tournament taking place (almost over actually) in Nice, France.

Friday, March 13, 2009

More Ballard Locks!!!

I have a lot of good Heron shots from the Ballard Locks that I will be putting up in the next few days. I am running off to the Showbox in downtown Seattle to photograph my friend Julia Massey on the main stage. Here are a few that I took to keep you entertained in the meanwhile.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

The Heron Tree

At the Ballard Locks yesterday I happened upon some nesting Herons! Enjoy the photos!!!