My first foray as a curator opens on May 7, 2015 at the Martyr Sauce Gallery. It’s a group show idea I’ve been batting around almost since I moved to Seattle. It’s obvious why landscape photography is big in the Pacific NW, no one will disagree that this part of the country is blessed with outstanding natural beauty, but in the time I’ve lived here I’ve met so many talented photographers and not all of them shoot photos of mountains and trees. Not that there is anything wrong with photos of mountains and trees mind you – I have certainly done my share of landscape photography (though not really here). I wanted to show there’s more going on here photographically and challenge assumptions by featuring a number of photographers who are working across a variety of cameras, techniques and subject matter.