It’s been a long damned time since I’ve been on an Artist’s Date, and I want to thank Kit Gruelle tremendously for joining me for a much-needed afternoon of fun in West Seattle. It’s October. We both wore purple.
Y’all know I’m happiest when I’m near water. West Seattle is an amazing enclave across Elliott Bay from the steel and concrete of downtown Seattle. Kit adored it.
We both photographed this quirky house with its amazing container garden.
I was ecstatic to capture this beautiful sailboat in a photo. The red crane is part of Seattle’s container cargo harbor. The big charcoal grey building is one of our stadiums.
A gallery of Seattle photos wouldn’t be complete without one of our Space Needle.
It was great fun to finally meet Kit and to spend quality time with her.
Alas, our time together was short, and we both had work to do. We connected again at HBO’s private screening of Private Violence at the SIFF.
It’s a fabulous documentary that I hope everyone will watch on October 20 on HBO.