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7.30.2009

Editorial: Amy Witt for MN Women's Press

Today I photographed Amy for a feature in the Minnesota Women's Press about people who are getting creative during difficult economic times. She was so kind and easy to photograph and her sister, who's house she was painting, offered me a bag of organic lettuce from her garden at the end of the shoot!









7.28.2009

Commercial: TakeAction MN Mayoral Screening Event

I photographed a Mayoral Screening event for the fantastic organization, TakeAction Minnesota. They do so much important, progressive work in the community and I was honored to take part in this event.


















7.27.2009

Photo Featured in Fringe Festival!

I am so excited for this weekend's Fringe Festival! Lili's Burlesque will be performing multiple shows-you should definitely come! For full listing of showtimes: http://www.fringefestival.org/2009/show/?id=1109

7.16.2009

Connie Hill: Mystery Book Editor

Connie Hill works is a Senior Editor at Llewellyn Worldwide Publishers in Woodbury and is featured in the upcoming issue on the MN Women's Press. I had a wonderful time getting to know her and hearing her story of how she came to be an editor. She gave me two books at the end of our shoot that she had worked on/contributed to, which was so generous of her. Every shoot I do with the MN Women's Press is an opportunity to meet an interesting and inspiring person.


7.15.2009

Published in MN Bride for the first time!!

I'm so excited to share this! I am published in MN Bride for the first time EVER! Jaime and Brendan were such a fantastic and classy couple to photograph and I'm so excited that their wedding was chosen!

Summer

(quite possibly the CUTEST wine bottle ever!)




7.10.2009

Portraits: Vic Passante

I photographed Vic Passante, my high school theatre teacher for an honorary plaque in the new Oconomowoc Arts Center. We decided to shoot in the old auditorium where he directed many shows. I was in a few of those shows, so it was really fun to go back and shoot in the space with him. He's an incredible teacher and a good friend.








(I saw this old pencil sharpener in the boiler room we had to go through to set the alarm for the building after the shoot.)

New York