Sea-Tac Photos

Staff Photographers
David Willoughby

David's Galleries
I am a local Bellingham photographer handling many types of photography. While I love to shoot everything from weddings to events, I really thrive photographing sporting events. I don't know about you, but for me there is not much that can beat the smell of fresh cut grass on a cool crisp fall Friday evening standing on the 50 with a camera!

I have been making photos since I was 17 years old, getting started at North Kitsap High School with a photography class. After graduation, I continued my new found love and turned my creative expression in to a college education. I graduated from Western Washington University with a BA in Visual Communications: Graphic Arts and Photography in the spring of 1993. My final college project was an internship with the Bellingham Herald as a photographer.

I am pleased to continue developing photography and a photographers community with through out Northwestern Washington. If you have any photography or photo order questions, or to find out how to contribute your photographic passion to the WPANetwork please email me at

Thanks again for your time!

David :)

David Willoughby
Director of Photography
Patrick Krohn

Patrick's Galleries
"A husband and father who finds enduring pleasure capturing memories and stories through the art of photography."

Like many, my interest in photography began young and has endured a lifetime. Appreciation of taking photos on family trips, at events and gatherings started as a teenager and was nurtured as a young adult with a simple Kodak Pocket Instamatic 110 film camera. Photography grew more important after meeting my beautiful wife and starting a family when photos were captured with a compact manual focus Olympus 35mm film camera, which filled multiple boxes with prints.

With a background in engineering, the transition to digital cameras was most exciting. This advancement opened up the opportunity to capture the fast pace of school, softball, baseball and car racing sports photography. Team pictures, action shots, team photo collages, prints and highlight videos for graduating seniors have become yearly memories for the players and their proud families.

Photography’s scope has most recently expanded in his life with professional courses that push creative and technical boundaries, but this is only the most recent piece supporting a lifelong passion of finding new and creative ways to capture enduring memories and stories.

With gratitude,
Patrick Krohn