Tag Archives: photography

Tag Archives: photography


Hinchley Dairy Farm Tours – Wisconsin

  I don’t typically mix family photos and my professional life, but I really like shooting on this farm.  Hinchley’s Dairy Farm and Tours is a yearly tradition that we have been doing for 5 or 6 years.  Tina Hinchley invites the general public onto their dairy […]


Holy Sheet – the world of sheet film cameras

About 6 years ago I bought my first 4×5 camera.  It was a crusty worn looking Graflex Crown Graphic.  I used that camera throughout grad school, and in the process learned a lot about making photographs.  There is a processing film aspect, but most folks […]


Anatomy of a weekend – work in progress II

The crock-pot of creativity. This project has been on a low simmer. When you have a lot of time to work on something – you use it.  This project has been in progress for well over a year now.  Not because it is super time […]


Dipping my toes into product and lifestyle

Ha ha… because it was for a pool supply company, get it?  Dipping toes, getting my feet wet.  Dumb jokes aside.   I am always on the lookout for new opportunities.  I was searching some of the online resources for freelancers and I got connected with […]


Keep your night job

This year has been a year of milestones. I have been freelancing for a few months. That’s not to say that I have been busy with a ton of jobs. That will take time. In the meantime I have been working on polishing my skills […]


2 Car Garages

This series has been kicking around in my head for a while.  I took a while getting around to it. I have had more time to work on personal projects, so I decided it was time to get after it.  I had some technical issues […]

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Services with a smile – or something like that

As it stands my web site has been a means for me to talk about projects I want to promote and recent clients I have worked with.  It’s obvious I do wedding and portraits.  If you look at my project page you’ll know what my […]


Senior Picture Time

Class of 2013 – First of all congratulations.  You’re in the home stretch.  It’s a pretty exciting stage to be at.  I am gearing up for a new season of portraits.  I have done a handful of senior sessions and I am looking to do […]


Haven Modern Motel – Checked Out.

Vacancy, very vacant. A vacant lot was what I saw on my most recent trip down US highway 12. The Haven Modern Motel a playground to many a photographer over the last few decades, is gone. It was slowly rotting away and going back to […]


Happy Holidays

So, taking photos of your own family is hard…  I’ll start off by saying that.  But the imperfections, difficulties and silliness are relevant and I think that’s speaks well to what being a family is about. I accept the good and bad, and appreciate all […]