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January 24, 2012 Comments Off on Our favorite fruit fly (male division), Nate Gowdy has his first solo photography show. Views: 1487 Arts

Our favorite fruit fly (male division), Nate Gowdy has his first solo photography show.

Nate Gowdy, left is the man of the hour at his solo art show opening Jan 25. (Jimmy Scarpello, from Sinfinite Productions on the right). Photo: Brian Peterson/SGS.

See? We’re nice! We have no problems with giving a shout out to Mr. Nate Gowdy, the photographer for the other gay media outlet in Seattle! Everyone’s favorite shutter bug/perky hot nerd/straight for gay event photography/man about town is having his first solo photography show this Wednesday, January 25, 2012 (postponed from last week’s Snowpocalypse) at Seattle Mobile Espresso,¬†13000 Linden Ave. N. in far north Seattle, (it’s almost Shoreline…or Canada.) Here’s the info:

Hosting will be Shaun Knittel, Editor at the Seattle Gay News!

Good friend of mine, Debrianna Maryfeather, will be bringing one of her one-of-a-kind performances!

And there will be a performance by my favorite drag king- this year’s Mr. Neighbours, Ceasar Hart!

And my classmates from The Art Institute of Seattle, as well as photographer friends, will be there! NOTE TO PERFORMERS IN ATTENDANCE: Beautiful, budding photographers in attendance…


Prints and books, as well as the framed work on the walls, will be available for sale. Cash or check only please.

> Matted black and white prints for $40-$50.

> A limited quantity of 120-page books, in black and white, for $60. Endorsed by Fred Hutch’s HIV Vaccine Trials Unit, whose logo is in the book! (

> Framed prints- individually priced.

Proceeds will support the artist’s work he loves doing, with 10% of net profits being donated to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.


There will be free food and drink provided so generously by the HIV Vaccine Trials Unit, of which I’m proud to be a part. (

If you have the transportation and a passport, go check out the Lovely Photos and support Mr. Gowdy’s lovely work!


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