Recently, I had the opportunity to participate in a photoshoot at Spooked in Seattle, a local museum and tour company that specializes in ghost stories and real-life haunted areas around downtown Seattle. While I don't particularly believe in ghosts myself, the museum was nicely atmospheric and well set up for some cool photoshoots. Plus, the museum connects to the Seattle underground, the original ground level underneath what is now Pioneer Square. If there do happen to be any ghosts in Seattle, this is where they'd be.
It turned out to be a fairly large photoshoot, with quite a few photographers and even more models, and I had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of people. The gallery below is just a small selection of the images I took. By and large, the shots (particularly in the underground) came out pretty atmospheric all on their own, though I also took the opportunity to toy with the tools in Adobe Lightroom and create some antique and black and white images. The gallery is a mix of both.
Particular thanks for this shoot go to Joe Teeples and Dan Morrill, who helped organize the whole thing, as well as the makeup artists who did a wonderful job on everyone: Don Warner, Tiphfennie Lynn Lunk, and Kenyada Magnificent Marjani.