Archive of ‘Commercial Work’ category

Walz Caps – American Made

One type of photography I don’t really blog a lot of is my commercial work – and I am attempting to get better at doing that!  This past spring I was asked to go out the San Diego area to photograph Walz Caps, a really cool company that makes cycling and running caps in the USA. […]

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Fifteen. – The Making of a Film. (and the glaring of a puppy who would like to know why we’re not napping…)

Next week I will be documenting the making of Fifteen. in Cornucopia and Bayfield, WI.  I am a documentary photographer, so capturing things as they happen is my strength, and this is going to be a new & fun way to be creative. Kara Hakanson is the director/writer/lead actress of Fifteen – we did a few shots last week […]

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Full moon over Bayfield

I have been on the road non stop for the past few weeks – and I am heading to Italy on Friday for our Yoga and Photography (and Eating & Drinking) Workshop in Tuscany. I returned from speaking about social media chaos in Montana a few days ago, and I’m attempting to catch up on […]

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Steelhead on the Northshore – and I hate nightcrawlers.

I have been on the road constantly for the past few weeks, and I am slowly catching up on blogging some of the awesome things I was up to.  One of these was shooting a show with Larry Smith Outdoors, my great friend Barb Carey, and Garett Svir of Slab Seeker Fishing. We started our […]

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Bayfield Family Portraits – unposed fun is the best :)

To celebrate Nancy & Steve’s retirement from 20 years of owning and operating the Pinehurst Inn in Bayfield, we decided to do some very fun and unposed family portraits in the Inn.  These types of sessions are definitely my favorite – and you will notice that 1) Bella stole the show and 2) when you […]

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Dog Friendly Travel in Wisconsin!

So this past August I was part of a top secret (not really… 😉 ) shoot in Bayfield.  The Wisconsin Department of Tourism traveled to Bayfield to have me photograph locals and their awesome canines in our favorite place!  I have not been able to share any of the images, and it’s been killing me. I […]

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