Last month, Sunday July 12, 2015, Bellingham, Wash., had its annual Pride Parade. This is the first parade in Bellingham after the recent Supreme Court Ruling stating marriage equality for all.
I was commissioned by the Bellingham Herald to cover the event for the local edition of the newspaper. The parade route was about a mile in length beginning at Bellingham High School and ending at Farmer’s Market Depot on Railroad Avenue.
Carrying the Flag:
Bernie for Love:
Disagreement on the Sidelines:
Standing Up For Her Beliefs:
Them vs Us:
For more images from the parade, visit my gallery 2015 Bellingham Pride Parade.
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Paul “pablo” Conrad
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Paul Conrad is an award-winning, nationally and internationally published freelance editorial photographer living in Bellingham north of Seattle, WA, in the Pacific Northwest. His work has been published in newspapers and magazine throughout the United States and in Europe. He is available for assignments anywhere in the Pacific Northwest.
His clients include Getty Images, Wire Image, AirBnB, The Bellingham Herald, and many local business in Whatcom County. Previous clients are Associated Press, the New York Times, L.A. Times, Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, and many others.
His specialty is photojournalism covering news, sports, and editorial portraits, he also is skilled in family portraiture, high school senior portraits, and weddings.