Seattle filmmakers Michael and Deirdre Cross weren’t expecting the smallest member of their family to take after them, but he did.
For one day a week over the span of a year, Cooper carried a camera around to document his travels around his Greenwood neighborhood. The pictures he brought back range from the mundane to the sublime: neighbors’ yards, busy streets, plastic flamingos on the Cross’ front lawn and one spot where he spent a lot of time bird-watching.
Then he would curl up on top of the Crosses, who showed him the kind of love an only child is used to: cuddling, pampering and favorite treats.
Houses look so different from one foot off the floor.