Heather Gorman has an eye for capturing the essence of a moment. She has knocked it out of the park, launching her brand Heather Gorman Photography.
Gorman has lived on Bainbridge Island for 17 years. Before that, she graced the hills of Leavenworth, Hood River, Big Sky and Mt. Shasta. Gorman is a nature-lover, skier, and an avid mountain biker and trail runner. Her passion for professional photography began in the mid-90's chasing big mountain skiers down the slopes of Utah, Montana and New Zealand.
Motherhood had her camera down for a bit, but her transition back over the past few years has taken Heather Gorman Photography to the next level.
Gorman captures the utmost of character & personality in her lifestyle and portrait work. She is equally talented in her commercial and landscape photography, producing high-quality photographic images specifically suited for marketing brochures, online sales, magazines, trade-related publications and various commercial usages including social media.
Her resume speaks for itself, with past clients including: Firefly Salon, Petit and Olson, Sweet Deal Clothing, Dukes, Nat and Noah, Amazon, Kingston House, Alina Korotkina Fine Jewelry, Kingston Lavender Farm, Posy Hand Picked Goods, Sustainable Bainbridge, Boudreaux Cellars,
Fluid Concrete and Design, and Bainbridge Ballet, to name a few.
Although she calls Bainbridge Island home, Gorman shoots throughout Washington State, the Portland, OR area & in Coronado, CA.
It's a great time...
now to re-fi or get in on the still historically low home borrowing rates.
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From the Seattle Times:
By The Associated PressThe Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. long-term mortgage rates rose this week amid optimism over prospects for the U.S. economy. Rates remain at historically low levels, however, as an incentive to prospective homebuyers.
Mortgage giant Freddie Mac said Thursday the average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage jumped to 3.75% from 3.69% last week. By contrast, the benchmark rate stood at 4.94% a year ago.
The average rate on a 15-year mortgage increased to 3.2% this week from 3.13% last week.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told Congress this week that the central bank remains optimistic about the U.S. economy, though it still faces risks from slower growth overseas and trade tensions. Powell underscored his view that the economy is likely to continue growing, with no reason to believe that the likelihood of a recession is “elevated.”
The Fed, which cut its short-term interest rate two weeks ago, is likely to keep rates unchanged in the coming months, unless there was a “material” shift in the economy’s outlook, Powell said.
The historically low home borrowing rates have sparked a homebuying rush. Mortgage applications, for both purchases and refinancing, rose 9.6% in the week ended Nov. 8 from a week earlier, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.