The Chemakum people, who lived in the Chimacum Creek watershed, have been widely considered extinct and written out of history. In fact, there are many Chemakum descendants and they hold a family gathering each summer. In 2021, LEO was invited to photograph the families. Brian Goodman made these portraits with assistance of LEO members Tim Lawson, Robert Tognoli, and Kerry Tremain. The exhibit opened on April 14, this will be the FINAL CHANCE to see the exhibit. A book of the photographs with a text by Chemakum elder Rosalee Walz accompanies the exhibit and can be purchased at any of the openings, or at Northwind Art's Grover or Jeanette Best Galleries.