My interest in photography began many years ago when I recieved my first 35mm camera in 1968 and I’ve been taking pictures ever since. The last 10 years of my career as a professional firefighter was spent as an arson investigator. During that time I attended numerous classes in forensic photography honing my photographic skills and mostly my ability to see what I was looking at. After retiring from the fire service I have taken my interest in photography from taking pictures to creating images. I have enjoyed the time I have been able to spend wandering around the Pacific North West region of the US capturing images of what I see and will photograph what ever catches my eye. Check out my bubblesite and blog Wandering 101 Photography

  • Joined: March 2008


Inroads into my local art community

Yesterday I found out this image got honorable mention in the Gig Harbor Maritime Juried art exhibition. / There were 250 pieces of art submitted from all over western Washington with 140 pieces being accepted into the show. 95% of the art works were paintings and the jurors were all painters so I am pretty excited that a photograph even got noticed and even more excited that it was one of mine!…
Posted about 3 years – 16 comments

Brewhouse on the Deschutes

I would like to thank the person that bought the mounted print of Brewhouse on the Deschutes. It is always a thrill for me to know that someone likes my work enough to want to have it hanging on their wall. I hope you get many years of enjoyment out of this image of the old Olympia Brewery Brewhouse. / Thank you very much, / Bryan S. Peterson
Posted about 3 years – 6 comments

Thank You

I would like to thank the person that purchased the framed print Globe Master. / I hope you get a lot of enjoyment out of the image hanging on your wall. / It’s been a good week finishing the book and selling a print! / Thank you, Bryan S. Peterson
Posted about 3 years – 1 comments

A New Book - and a paying job

I have been absent, for the most part, from Redbubble over the last couple months working on a coffee table photo book of Tacoma’s Union Station the First 100 years. / Working alongside fellow photographers Rick Creatura and Peter Serko we were able to put this book together in a very short period of time, managing to meet the completion date of May 1, 2011. In that we were actually work…
Posted about 3 years – 18 comments