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My latest work for the Seattle Police Department has been a series of photo essays that feature documentary-style photography and interviews with SPD officers. Click here for the video: SPD Officer Ryan Gallagher.
I was thrilled to once again be the event producer of the Annual Seattle Police Awards which took place this year on Oct. 25th. I was also thrilled that KING 5 did a piece about the show of support for SPD by Seattle citizens. You can see the story here.
Thanks to Carrie and Matt at the Kirkland Reporter for this great story on the book and my upcoming reading at Parkplace Books in downtown Kirkland on Wed., Nov. 30 at 7:00 p.m.
Tune into KUOW 94.9 FM in Seattle on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011 between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. for my interview about the book with reporter Amy Radil. The interview will include information on the new edition of the book which will be available beginning Sept. 15, 2011 at Elliott Bay Book Company and online. […]
Thanks to KOMO.com writer Conor Christofferson for his story on the book and the upcoming photo exhibit at the Photo Center Northwest. Thanks, Conor, for understanding my intent and the tough year law enforcement has been through. Check out Conor’s piece here.
MyNorthwest.com writer Alyssa Kleven has done a very nice job of covering my interview with the Ron and Don Show yesterday. Click here for the story which includes a link to the interview. Thanks again to Ron and Don, producer Jason Stein and Alyssa!
I will be on the Ron and Don Show on KIRO FM 97.3 at 6:00 p.m. today to talk about the book on this sad anniversary of the Lakewood officer shootings.
I want to thank the Ron and Don Show for having me on today to talk about Keeping a Blue Light On. It was especially important to me to be on their show since they were such a huge inspiration to me in making this book. I wanted to share the acknowledgment I give them […]
Hi, here is a story by Ken Schram of KOMO worth checking out. Here’s what he has to say: There are more than 1,200 men and women working as Seattle Police Officers. In the course of a year, they will have dealings with anywhere from 250,000 to half a million people. They track down robbers […]
David Rose of FOX Q13 did a wonderful piece on the book. It is scheduled to air again next weekend during Washington’s Most Wanted.