Mallorn Imagery

Pacific Northwest Photography


You can see our work at various events in the region. Check back frequently for updates, or watch the blog for announcements!

October 2013

Wild Neighbors is on display at Tin Shed on Alberta Street in Northeast Portland. Go grab a bite!

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July-September 2013

Visit Ecotrust’s Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center in Portland’s Pearl District to see our Wild Neighbors show outside the Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center. We are very excited to be able to exhibit in this space. You can read more about this LEED Gold Award-winning building on Ecotrust’s site or more about the show in the blog post.

June 2013

Wild Neighbors is on tour! Check it out Pro Photo Supply’s imaging lab on 1815 NW Northrup Street in Portland, around the corner from their retail location, where we are the featured artist for June. See more in the blog post.

We recently photographed OpenStreetMap’s annual US conference in San Francisco. Check out the Creative Commons-licensed photo set on Flickr.

April 2013

Photolucida’s Then. Now. Here. celebration of Oregon has chosen one of our images for this year’s collection. Read more in the blog post, come to the opening event on April 3 at the Oregon Historical Society, or visit one of the later venues for the show.

March 2013

As part of the grand re-opening celebration of the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge Bluff Trail following repair and improvement projects this winter, we have been invited to exhibit wildlife prints taken in the refuge. The celebration will be on March 9 from 10am to 1pm. Look for tents in the meadow at the south end of the refuge or see the poster for more information.

Update: Read the recap of the event.

January-February 2013

See our Wild Neighbors photo show at Blue Kangaroo Coffee Roasters in Sellwood (7901 SE 13th Avenue) featuring 16 prints of wildlife and scenics all taken within one mile of the show. Prints are on display through the end of February.

Every one of these photographs was made within one mile of where you now stand. Many of these creatures, all of them wild, spend their days physically closer to our daily lives than some of our friends and family. We share the same city, cross the same waterways, and compete for the same resources. With these images I hope to bring that reality closer to our foreground awareness. Whether we see them or not, they frequently see us.

Update: This show has been extended through March!