If you're looking for the photos from the recent Save the BWCA Legacy Event, you'll find them in the "Clients Access" page.
I specialize in studio and environmental portraiture and event photography. In my private studio overlooking downtown Minneapolis you'll find a safe, welcoming creative space where professional lighting and backdrops, capped off with professional retouching and compositing, results in an authentic yet timeless look in the final product!
Before your session, we will chat in person, by phone or email about your goals for the shoot. We will then put together an Idea/Mood Board that will help guide the direction of the session including location, lighting, poses, wardrobe and hair/makeup.
The studio is located in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Corridor, in the historic Casket Arts Building, home to over 100 artists, craftspeople and jewelers. The stunning common spaces within this vintage building are also available for use as a creative backdrop for our portrait session, in addition to the studio setting.
I pursue a handful of personal artistic projects related to travel, street photography and street portraiture, as well as natural and urban subjects, which are represented here in the "Personal Projects" portfolio. Feel free to browse through the directories, stay as long as you'd like, surf out to my Instagram and Facebook links- and then follow up with me on the Contact Info page if you have any questions or would like more information or to schedule a session. I look forward to hearing from you!
My Exhibits Calendar
Northwoods Friends of the Arts (NWFA), 201 River Street in Cook, MN: Various works depicting Lake Vermilion and the Minnesota Arrowhead.
"Street Photography: Home and Abroad" illustrated presentation at the NWFA Annual Meeting; June 20- Meeting at 5:00 pm, talk at 6:00 pm
"Borderlands: Images along the Canadian Border"; show of large fine-art prints featuring natural subjects and landscapes in Michigan UP, Minnesota, North Dakota and Montana and the adjacent Canadian provinces. In the NWFA Gallery during the month of August. Opening reception in the gallery August 4 5:30 pm.