Thank you for your interest in Pike Place Market. We will respond to media requests regarding Seattle’s public market and original farmers market as quickly as possible. Please use the media contact information below to send your request, name and date of publication, and deadline.
Emily Crawford, Communications and Marketing Director
Pike Place MarketFront Expansion
For the first time in 40 years, Pike Place Market has grown with the Pike Place MarketFront. The waterfront-facing expansion reclaims a surface parking lot for local producers, farmers and craftspeople. A large public plaza offers expansive views of Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains.
Film and Photography Requests
All commercial filming or photography must be authorized by the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority (PDA). To submit a request for commercial filming or photography, please complete our filming application.
Film productions that align with Pike Place Market's mission and brand values receive priority. Our mission as stated in the Market's charter is to support farmers and food retailing as well as local, independent businesses. The PDA reserves the right to approve or deny permits.
Fees include location, security, trademark license fees and others. Location fees begin at $500. Productions that are news related or editorial may receive deductions of fees based on promotional value.
Please note that applications require at least 10 business days in advance of requested filming date, and longer for large projects. Filming is not permitted on Fridays, weekends, or holiday weeks due to crowded conditions and the impact on Market businesses.
To submit a request, please review our guidelines and complete a Commercial Film & Photography Application.
Trademark Rights and Licensing
The PDA owns trademark rights to the Pike Place Market name (and associated names), the Market’s clock and sign image, and other iconic Market imagery. The PDA is committed to protecting the use of Pike Place Market trademarks. Use of the PDA’s trademark on any products or to promote any products or business are expressly prohibited unless a licensing agreement has been approved by the PDA Council. This includes the use of photos or video taken within the Market or of the Market for anything other than personal use, including images that are sold/considered for commercial use after the fact. All commercial filming or photography taken in the Market requires a filming permit obtained in advance.
Trademark rights and Usage Contact
Kalyn Kinomoto, Communications and Marketing Associate