Dancin’ in the Streets of Seattle is a photographic tribute to the city and
its dancers—performers and social dancers of all styles and backgrounds.
We know them when we see them, whether they’re busting a move or
doing something ordinary, but in a way that only a dancer would or could
do it. In this book they are captured not on stage or in dance halls, but
in everyday places and situations, where they add to the whimsical visual
diversity of Seattle.
Daniel Suchman is an avid salsa dancer, a portrait photographer and a recovering lawyer. He lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington.