Remember Cooper the Catumentarian, who wears a camera on his collar to document his travels throughout his neighborhood? Well, his work is now being featured in a solo photography show in Seattle.

One day a week for a year, Cooper wore a lightweight digicam around his neck and went about his business patrolling the neighborhood. The camera, programmed to snap one shot every two minutes, produced thousands of images. In the process, it answered the question, “What the heck does Cooper do all day?”

16 of his best shots are framed and on display at the Urban Light Studios in the Greenwood Collective. The exhibit opened last Friday with a reception as part of the Greenwood Art Walk. A portion of sales goes to the Paws Cat City Adoption Center in Seattle. The show runs through March 10.

The Underground at The Greenwood Collective
8537 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103