This is a tale about an incessant epidemic that appears to be uniquely and miserably endemic to the United States of America.
This is a tale about how TIA tripped into photographing people when the mission was to deliver cityscapes and urban landscapes exclusively.
View images from the Bans Off Our Bodies rally that was held in Seattle on May 14, 2022.
This is a tale about the ephemeral enigma we all know as a rainbow.
This is a tale about treasuring moments of solitude and silent contemplation.
This is a tale about inadvertently confronting one’s own past because fate intervened with your life…again.
This is a tale about the seductive allure of an enigmatic moon sinking above the skyline of Vancouver.
TIA will have two original images published in the hardcover coffee table book, “The Year Time Stopped”, set for release on June 21, 2022.
This is a tale about the week I’ve had interacting with different people (mostly in person, this time) and what I learned.
This is a tale about an early morning stroll through the City of Fair Winds (a.k.a. Buenos Aires).
This is a tale about the bewildering and inexcusable hatred against women, and black women, in particular.
This is a tale about the enigmatic enchantment of the change of seasons as well as the inevitability of impermanence.
This is a tale about the bizarre plasticity and ephemeral elasticity of human camaraderie.
This is a tale about the challenge, tenacity, and reward of remaining positive when reality dictates otherwise.
This is a tale about my first (and so far, only) photo assignment pertaining to Ukraine.
This is a tale about the path I might have taken if TIA International Photography never existed — the path I originally and aggressively pursued.
This is a tale about my worrisome penchant to worry about matters of which I have absolutely no control.
This is a tale about making a conscious effort to avoid stereotyping white people in the objective to eliminate systemic racism.
This is a tale about biased presuppositions that should be duly reassessed before someone gets hurt or killed for no justifiable reason (again).
This is a tale about gratitude for the people who understand what I’m trying to do with my photography.
This is a tale about the presentation of a dazzling image while being despondent and depressed in disguise.
TIA invites you to view how foggy weather transforms the Emerald City into an otherworldly realm of eccentric mystery and eerie intrigue.
This is a tale about one of the worst photographs I have ever captured as a professional photographer. Let the delirium ensue.
2022 will be a year for TIA to change course, both personally and professionally.
Take an illustrative and photographic walk with TIA through downtown Seattle’s sparkling holiday decorations…in the rain!
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 brief introspection of TIA’s journey in photography on its 12th anniversary.
The “My Park Moment” photography contest turned out to be one of the most atypical and memorable competitions TIA has ever entered. Find out why!
Enjoy some images of the fall foliage from Easton Ponds in autumn! / Easton, Washington
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…