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My name is Zach and I'm a wedding and portrait photographer based out of Seattle, WA. This is my little corner of the web; my blog where you'll be able to find most of my new work as well as what I'm up to up here in Seattle.

For more information and pricing, please visit my main site at www.zachhodgson.com.

Of course, I'm always available to talk if you have any questions. You can reach me at zach@zachhodgson.com or 714.402.6816.

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The Epic in Progress | Seattle, WA

Nestled away in a renovated warehouse known as the SoDo Stage, something epic happened. In a monumental display of acrylic, print, spoken word, improvised dance, and music, we said goodbye to Amy Oates. Amy is currently serving the nations of the earth for the sake of Jesus Christ as she spends the next nine months leading a team in the country of Uganda as part of Antioch Ministries International’s SERVE:Project. Wanting to leave us something to remember her by, she threw herself a going away party in order to share her life with us one last time before embarking. The resulting affair touched all, moved many, and words are too few and too shallow to do it justice.

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

 Live, interactive, painting featuring the talents of Shannon and Rachel Smith.

©2011 Zach Hodgson

Craft brewed beer from the Burdick Brewery was featured including Max’s own IPA as well as his German and Northwest style Pale Ales. I love how diversely talented my friends are. I am truly blessed to be a part of this group.

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

 The always stirring poetic stylings of Mr. Steven J Wilbur

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

Also featured were the dance stylings of Donna B. Isobel who improvised a piece using the crowd as both stage and set.

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

©2011 Zach Hodgson

Of course, the night wouldn’t have been complete without an appearance from Curtis and Grace Romjue (and Harper of course) of Seattle’s own Jubilee, Peter Ortblad, spoken word by Ben Drum, and music from the talented Brent Egbert.

©2011 Zach Hodgson

So Amy, with all that said and shown, I guess that it’s time to say so long, ciao, farewell, adios, adieu, cheerio, godspeed, and till we meet again; but I will not say goodbye. See you soon.

For more information on SERVE:Project, visit Antioch Missions International.

2 Comments

  1. Posted September 2, 2011 at 9:44 am | #

    The photos look incredible Zach. The party looks like it was a lot of fun too. The coloring and editing fit the mood of these photos wonderfully.

  2. Donna B. Isobel
    Posted October 7, 2013 at 7:41 pm | #

    Hi… i just came across your website this afternoon.. and was like hey thats me…. you got some good shots. Nice blog 🙂

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