Inner Capture is an artistic activity focused on available light photography using both film and digital media, primarily in monochrome. Fine art prints and commissioned work available upon request.
Explorations in the San Juan Islands near the peak of summer; wind, waves, air, and loam.
Instants witnessed as cherry blossoms reached their peak at the University of Washington.
☳ Apodization & Light
Cactus Blossoms and the next generation of ravens take flight. Live both moving and still while preparing to rebirth my exploration of film.
☳ Layers & Light
The end of light on an uncharacteristically clear winter day, looking out towards the Olympic Penninsula from Discovery Park.
A selection of images shot in 2017 largely from travels in the Pacific Northwest, with some urban journeys in between.
Nomadic behavior, eliding much that could otherwise not have been imagined without the courage to move and flow and stop to see.
☳ Swordsquatch 2017
A Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA) gathering in Seattle, Washington, featuring seminars, lectures, and open tournaments in longsword and rapier.
☳ Enbu for Karunakaran
Enbu held in honor of the memory of Karunakaran-sensei, senior deshi of Donn Draeger in Shindo Muso-ryu jo, by members of the Hobyokai and Masakikai in Rockville, MD in July 2016. Arts demonstrated included Yagyu Shinkage-ryu, Kashima-shinden Jiki Shinkage-ryu, Shinto Muso-ryu, and Masaki-ryu.
☳ Kagami Biraki 2016
2016 annual Kagami Biraki gathering and demonstration hosted by the Hobyokai and Masakikai in Sterling, VA in January 2016. Arts demonstrated include Yagyu Shinkage-ryu, Kashima-shinden Jiki Shinkage-ryu, Shinto Muso-ryu, Daito-ryu, Hontai Yoshin-ryu, Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu, and Masaki-ryu.
☳ Kagami Biraki 2015
2015 annual Kagami Biraki gathering and demonstration hosted by the Hobyokai and Masakikai in Sterling, VA in January 2015. Arts demonstrated include Yagyu Shinkage-ryu, Yagyu Seigo-ryu, Kashima-shinden Jiki Shinkage-ryu, Shinto Muso-ryu, Daito-ryu, Tomiki Aikido, Muso Jikiden Eishin-ryu, Hakko-ryu, and Masaki-ryu as well as Bagua Jian and Tongbei Dao.