Last night was the annual 2014 Art Institute of Seattle Fashion Show, where students presented their unique looks. Who needs Project Runway when you have Seattle's Art Institute?
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
In honor of March's First Thursday Art Walk, we're highlighting local Seattle artist Alex Crick, a live music photographer with a solo show coming up tomorrow.
Every day in our community, people struggle with hunger; one in four children live in food-unstable households. But with help from volunteers and donors, the folks at Northwest Harvest give away millions of pounds of food each year.
All donations, however, are not created equally.
Distilleries are a growing industry in Washington state, and Sunday's 'Meet Your Maker' event was all about honoring and recognizing over 25 of these local companies.
It's been a while coming - but we are thrilled to celebrate the official launch of Seattle Refined. After all, nothing is 'official' without a party, right? We're so excited to be spending the night with our colleagues, coworkers and partners at our Four Seasons launch party. Thank you!
When you live in Seattle, Bainbridge Island might seem like a trek (maybe it's something about the word 'island'). In reality, it's only a 35 minute ferry ride away, and can be an amazing day trip for those looking to get out of the city.
Hops and Props is an event thrown by the Museum of Flight celebrating the best craft brews from around the Pacific Northwest.
The Seattle Art Museum's bi-monthly event, SAM Remix, is a "late night creative explosion" where dance, art, music and performance come together in unison.
Speed Rack Seattle pits female bartenders from around the Northwest against each other to find out who is the fastest. 100% of the proceeds in each city go to breast cancer education, prevention and research.
A look back on some Seattle landmarks, “then and now.” The original photos are courtesy of the Seattle Municipal Archives and vary anywhere from the 1950’s to the 1970’s.
What's formed from cascading water and warm winds, hollowed out with heaps of avalanche-deposited snow, and awesome all over? Washington State's Big Four Ice Caves in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
What does an almost $11 million house in Seattle look like? We took a sneak peak into the lakeside six bed, seven bath property for sale on Laurelcrest Lane.
This year's Seattle Wedding Show at the Convention Center boasted over 400 vendors, hundreds of dresses, catering, jewelry, DJs, and lots and lots of cakes.