PCL 3A 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 www.WPANetwork.com 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 David.Willoughby@WPANetwork.com

Thanks again for your time!

David :)

David Willoughby
Director of Photography
Alex Everett

Alex's Galleries
I am a sophomore at the University of Puget Sound. I am fulfilling a dream to play collegiate football as a kicker and punter while pursuing a major in Business Administration. I started exploring photography after a trip to Italy in 2016, and now freelance as a wedding and portrait photographer. I am for the most part, self taught, with the exception of a highly-selective two-week intensive coures I attended for motion film production at Chapman University. I plan to open a photo studio and event space in the SeaTac area prior to graduating. hope to become destination wedding photographer full time upon graduation. Thank you, Alex Everett (360) 201-2716 alexjeverett.com
Jake Ivory-Saunders

Jake's Galleries
I have been taking photographs ever since I can remember, and my interest kicked up a notch when I attended Art college way back in the mid 70's. It was during this time I discovered the pleasures of blacking out the bathroom window and setting up chemical baths to process my own black and white images. I have also been a keen sportsman over the years spending not an inconsiderable amount of time involved with the worlds of Skydiving and Rugby. I was born in the UK and moved here to the USA in 2003. Thanks to the activities of my own young son, I have now become entrenched with Football (American kind); Baseball; Soccer and other sports popular with America's youth.

The advent of Digital photography has opened up a whole new aspect of interest, and now having the opportunity to combine that passion with the energy, enthusiasm and emotion of youth sports is nothing short of wonderful. The challenge of freelance photography truly remains a journey of passion.

I have a beautiful and ever supporting wife, a grown up daughter back in England and a young son attending High School.

Stacy Tyler

Stacy's Galleries
My interest in photography started at Davis High School in Yakima (30+ years ago) with a Pentax ME Super, film and print developing, under the tutelage of Darwin Evans (awesome guy) who taught Life and Photography in that order.

Studied Art and Design at the Art Institute of Seattle after high school.
I have a background in graphic design, web design, marketing and SEO. I’ve been working in photography at Kingco and Metro high schools and at community running and sporting events. I've been fortunate enough to photograph members of the US Women's Olympic Volleyball Team for charity. My wife Rose and I have been coaching Bonney Lake / Sumner Parks and Rec volleyball for elementary and middle school kids for 10+ years. We're long time members of BLHS Volleyball Boosters supporting our kids. Proud dad of two great, hard working daughters who are awesome athletes that make being a dad fun! First Aid / AED, Safe Schools Certification, Background Checked.