Always on the go, you can spot Josh by his camera, coffee cup in hand, and proximity to all the action (aka he's always right in the middle of it). From the sidelines at the 2014 Super Bowl, to wading in the water on News Years Day to get shots of the Polar Bear Plungers - there is no extent to which he won't go for that great shot.
Recent stories by Joshua Lewis
If you've travelled around downtown Seattle in the last couple days, you’ve noticed something big happening between Third and Fourth Avenues, and James and Cherry Streets.
Pybus Market in Wenatchee is one of the greatest public markets you may have never heard of. It's home to some of the best local producers in the world, and features great restaurants, groceries, specialty food, gifts and more.
About a four hour drive from Seattle, Pemberton Music Festival is nestled under tree-covered mountains in Pemberton, British Columbia. After an eight year hiatus, the biggest names in music and tens of thousands of fans came out for the three day festival with acts such as Outkast, Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, Snoop Dog and more.
Last night Pan Pacific Hotel hosted the open casting call for The Bachelor reality TV show. Swink Style Bar was in attendance to do makeup and hair touch ups, while over 200 ladies lined the halls to meet with executive producers and be inteviewed for a spot on the show.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray renamed City Hall to “Kitty Hall” for the day to highlight the Seattle Animal Shelter’s foster care program and promote shelter cat adoptions. The shelter currently has over 200 kittens and cats who need homes.
Urban Craft Uprising offers a lot of amazing handamde products, vendors and ideas. It was hard to not feature all of them, but we narrowed it down to our favorite booths. Check out the gallery to learn more about our favorites!
24 wiener dogs took the track at Emerald Downs for the 19th Annual STAR 101.5 Kent and Alan Wiener Dog Races.
Just a short ferry ride away, Friday Harbor House, in the San Juan Islands, offers cozy rooms with a fireplace, an oversized jetted tub-for-two and more. Friday Harbor dining experience offers panoramic views of the San Juan Channel, ferry landing and marina at The Bluff Restaurant - Bar - Terrace.
Local winemakers and craft brewers took over Pier 66 in Seattle last night for the annual not-for-profit Wine Rocks event. Wine Rocks celebrates "exceptional wine, unique distillates, outstanding beer, groovy tunes, savory fare and one heckuva backdrop."
Purebred Dachshunds came out to KOMO Plaza on July 10th 2014 to compete in the STAR 101.5 Wiener Dog Rally. The top two fastest dogs get to compete in the Annual Kent & Alan Wiener Dog Races, this Sunday afternoon July 13th 2014 at Emerald Downs.
Dimples Waffle and Juices is a new pop up out of Grub’s kitchen window in Queen Anne. They serve up Liege waffles in plain, savory and sweet varieties as well as a red or green fresh juice option. Dimples is open 9am-1pm Tuesdays through Fridays at 7 Boston St, Seattle, WA.
Sometimes you find yourself hanging out at Greenlake on a summer night, and you look up and experience one of the most beautiful sunsets you've ever seen. And sometimes you're a photographer and have a camera with you.
The Seattle Mariners first ever “Bark in the Park,” brought hundreds of dogs and their owners to the right field bleachers at Safeco Field.
Tucked off a dirt road in the middle of San Juan Island, nationally acclaimed gin, brandy and cider is quietly being made. Suzy and Hawk Pingree run the San Juan Island Distillery that just received a Gold Medal for their apple brandy from the American Craft Distillery.
We may have lost, but at least we looked good doing it. Here's a look at fan fashion from the USA vs. Belgium viewing party today at Century Link Event Center.
The annual Seattle Pride Parade was yesterday afternoon in downtown Seattle, and we took the chance to get up close and personal with some of the marchers.
The city celebrated the 40th Annual Seattle Pride Parade this afternoon along 4th Ave in downtown Seattle. The parade wraps up the Pride festivities for the week.
You've probably seen some of these outrageous cars around town, but others only show themselves for special occasions like the Fremont Fair!
The World Cup USA v. Germany game was at 9 a.m. this morning, but despite the early wake up call fans flocked to bars like George and the Dragon and Pioneer Square Alley to root their team on. The final score was 1-0 with Germany winning, but the U.S. will move on to the next round anyways.
Fitz and The Tantrums stopped by KOMO Plaza yesterday to play on the STAR 101.5 stage in prep for their show this Friday at Showbox Sodo.
There’s something very therapeutic about the idea of doing yoga in the middle a street in Fremont on a Sunday morning. That’s exactly what dozens of people did, led by yoga teacherLaura Yon, as part of the Fremont Fair.
Nude bike riders weren't the only ones strutting their stuff this weekend at the Fremont Fair. Dogs took the streets yesterday afternoon for the annual Fremont Puppy Parade.
Tens of thousands came down to the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle to watch the annual Solstice Parade yesterday. The parade is part of the Fremont Fair and celebrates the Summer Solstice.