Georgetown In Color Film

There’s something so serendipitous about Nathan using film to capture Georgetown. The neighborhood has always been rough around the edges, but with that comes an unexpected wealth of creativity.

When I was a kid in the early-80’s, my aunt and uncle lived in the old Rainier Warehouse with artists and other young creatives who didn’t mind sharing a bathroom down the hall. I relished the times they’d let me place a penny on the rail road tracks and wait to hear if the train had smashed it. Down at the end of the hall to their flat, stood a chest plate created completely from smashed coins on those tracks.

Looking through these images brought me to those years as a kid when the place seemed magical and the noise of trains and airplanes didn’t make me flinch. – Holli
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