🥳 Another new year is here! 🥳
TIAA #47: “13 Decembers”
This is a tale about 13th anniversaries.
TIAA #46: “Suspended in ‘The Twilight Zone’ Ad Infinitum”
This is a tale about the laws of probability and possibility against all odds.
TIAA #45: “We’re Gonna TikTok-Tok ’til Broad Daylight”
This is a tale about a popular city park and the app that is TikTok.
TIAA #43: “Slanted”
This is a "slanted" tale.
All Hallows Eve in the Emerald City
Enjoy a spooky and entertaining two-minute video to mark the occasion.
TIAA #41: “Lunaspiracy”
This is a tale about life on the moon. (Yes, you read that correctly).
TIAA #39: “Hyperdrive”
This is a tale about...falling through an online rabbit hole???
TIAA #38: “An Entrance Most Entrancing”
This is a tale about one of Earth's most legendary celebrities.
TIAA #36: “Groove is on the Waterfront”
This is a tale about an unlikely pair grooving to the sound that Seattle threw down.
TIAA #32: “A Gleam of Golden Light”
This is a tale about catching the light and sharing the light. (It's also about life being a long-time adventure).
TIAA #29: “Five Months & Five Days”
This is a tale about not delving too deeply into emotional empathy ad infinitum. It always catches up with you.
TIAA #28: “Nomad No More?”
This is not really a tale this time. Rather, it's a testament about finally calling a place "home" - at long last.
An American Anniversary Ritual Returns to the Emerald City
Celebrating Independence Day has returned to Seattle!
TIAA #25: “Et Jamais Ne Revient”
This is a tale about never returning to life as we knew it in January 2020.
TIAA #21: “Going Back to My Roots”
This is a tale about sharing an image that I wanted to share two months ago!
TIAA #19: “People”
This is a tale about how TIA tripped into photographing people when the mission was to deliver cityscapes and urban landscapes exclusively.
TIAA #18: “A Rainbow to Remind You”
This is a tale about the ephemeral enigma we all know as a rainbow.
TIA to be Published in New Hardcover Book!
TIA will have two original images published in the hardcover coffee table book, "The Year Time Stopped", set for release on June 21, 2022.
TIAA #14: “Reality is Relative”
This is a tale about the week I've had interacting with different people (mostly in person, this time) and what I learned.
TIAA #11: “She Doesn’t Live Here Anymore”
This is a tale about the enigmatic enchantment of the change of seasons as well as the inevitability of impermanence.
TIAA #9: “My Peace in the Pandemonium”
This is a tale about the challenge, tenacity, and reward of remaining positive when reality dictates otherwise.
TIAA #4: “Suspicious Black Male in a Hoodie”
This is a tale about biased presuppositions that should be duly reassessed before someone gets hurt or killed for no justifiable reason (again).
TIAA #2: “Wake Me Up”
This is a tale about the presentation of a dazzling image while being despondent and depressed in disguise.
Hello Seattle. It’s Been Fog Too Long.
TIA invites you to view how foggy weather transforms the Emerald City into an otherworldly realm of eccentric mystery and eerie intrigue.
Happy New Veer
2022 will be a year for TIA to change course, both personally and professionally.
Walking in a City Centre Wonderland
Take an illustrative and photographic walk with TIA through downtown Seattle's sparkling holiday decorations...in the rain!
Your Enchantment is Never in Vain on Candy Cane Lane
Each December, a portion of Seattle's populace descends upon one street that's only one-tenth of a mile to view its dazzling displays for the holidays.
A Pictorial Ode to those Glowing Sunset Embers of Late September
If you lived in Seattle on the evening of Friday, September 24, 2021, then you were probably a witness to one of the most mesmerizing sunsets we had this year. I wasn't expecting it, so I was thoroughly caught off guard as I was cycling on Melbourne (that's my bike's name) north on Dexter Avenue... Continue Reading →
Maritime Thoroughfare in the City
Please enjoy a very entertaining timelapse video of the Chittenden Locks (whose local moniker is the Ballard Locks), which is an essential part of the Lake Washington Ship Canal serving thousands of vessels throughout the Seattle metropolitan area. Constructed between 1911 and 1917, the Ballard Locks’ principal function enables access for boats and ships to... Continue Reading →