The New York Times: Boeing and Renton's Ups and Downs

A story on Boeing and Renton's long standing relationship with the community and how families built around the airline giant have weathered its storms. 

The New York Times: Timothy Ray Brown

Portraits of Timothy Ray Brown, formerly known as the Berlin Patient. Timothy was cured of HIV 12 years ago after a bone marrow transplant from a patient with a genetic mutation following a bout with Leukemia. 

The New York Times: Military Mindfulness

Portraits of Commander William MacNulty, a psychologist with the federal Public Health Service and a class of his at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma, Wash..

The Guardian: The Lummi and the Orca

A day with Lummi Nation elders on the Puget Sound to discuss the current state of the qwe ’lhol mechen, their ancestors under the sea, or Orca whales to western civilization. 

Leafly: Cannabis Testing

A premier cannabis testing laboratory near Seattle, Wash., Confidence Analytics. 

GQ: Steve Aoki

A mid-tour workout with DJ Steve Aoki in Seattle, Wash.

The New York Times: Border Holiday Shipping

A story on Blaine, Wash., a small city on the U.S.- Canadian border in Washington. The cities largest industry stems from the benefits of shipping goods to the US and being picked up by Canadian residents, specifically during the holidays. Blaine is home to dozens of shipping and parcel stores.

ESPN: US Special Olympics

Event coverage and portraits of athletes during the 2018 US Special Olympics in Seattle, Wash..

Leafly: $10,000 Canna-Gar

The purchase and consumption of a $10,000, gold-leafed cannabis cigar in Seattle, Wash..

The New York Times: Government Shutdown Furloughed

Portraits of Joseph Gudge, an aviation electronics technician working with the FAA dealing with the longest government shutdown to date.

The National Audubon Society: Foraged Cocktails and Volunteers

Volunteers help keep Seattle's Seward Park free of invasive species and learn to make drinks with foraged PNW materials.

The New York Times: Alaskan Way Viaduct/Seattle Waterfront

A look at the soon-to-be changing Seattle waterfront beginning with the destruction of the long contested Alaskan Way Viaduct.

GQ: Ryan Zinke

A day with the now-former U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke in Kalispell, Mont..

Los Angeles Times: Flu

An afternoon with Rebecca Hendricks, founder of The End-FLUenza Project. Hendricks lost her 5-year-old daughter Scarlett Taylor suddenly to the flu in 2014. 
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Grant Hindsley: Seattle Photographer

Photographer Grant Hindsley in Washington on the West Coast. Specializing in story telling - photojournalism, documentary as well as commercial photography.
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