Category: Portrait Photography

Bridal Trash the Dress Session

Earlier this month my co-worker Angela got married to the love of her life in the beautiful landscape that is Banff National Park in Canada. While I wasn’t lucky enough to travel to Canada to photograph her wedding, we did get to have some fun together during her trash the

Native American Inspired–Mini Fashion Editorial

Hello all! I finally got the chance to sit down and finish editing a fashion shoot I did a while back. I have been noticing that Native American patterns and design have began to find their way into modern fashion. I wanted to try to experiment utilizing this type of

Wanderer of the pathless woods

I took a trip back to Wisconsin to visit with my family this past weekend. I was fortunate enough to be able to spend time with my brother, sister, mom, grandma and grandpa and all my aunts uncles and cousins. I love being home with everyone! While I was there

Lovely as the day is Long

I did my first special projects photo shoot yesterday with Jenny Sorell! We have some great work to show you all and I can’t thank her enough for modeling for me. She was very helpful and willing to stand in a bunch of itchy prairie plants buzzing with bees and

Advanced Color Portrait Assignment #5–Alien Bee (On Location)

Yesterday one of my former co-workers, Jamie Pickett was very generous with her time and posed for my newest Advanced Color Imaging assignment. This assignment’s goal was to use the photographic lighting equipment called Alien Bees. It was rather open ended aside from the lighting requirement. Spring is bursting into

Portrait Adventures with Tyler Dean King

Yesterday I went on a little photo excursion/lesson in the style of Tyler Dean King, a fellow photographer friend of mine. He is incredibly talented with portraits particularly with more editorial and fashion feel. I’ve been having quite a bit of issues with my own portraits so he offered to

Advanced Color Portrait Assignment #4–Couples Shoot

Over my spring break I drove 9.5 hours to my hometown Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin to spend time with my mom and grandparents. I drove all by my lonesome but the weather was beautiful so it was easy sailing. I wanted to make sure that I still was productive over break

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