My college art photography emphasis was primarily film based. I switched from film to digital in 2008 and have been a consistent Sony user. In 2011, I began working for the Mayor of Green Bay and had the opportunity to carry my DSLR with me as I followed the Mayor to more than 500 events a year. During the ensuing years, my photography skills dramatically transformed from continual practice of the craft. I have received recognition for my photos from various agencies throughout the midwest and my photos have been selected for numerous magazine covers, for local, regional, and national brands.
My photos have been featured inside and on the covers of; Lakeland Boating Magazine, Our Wisconsin Magazine, Delta Sky Magazine, Company Magazine, Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau Visitors Guide, Frankly Green Bay Magazine, Downtown Green Bay Activity Guide, Milwaukee Business Journal, AT&T Yellow Pages, Yellowbook, USANational Curling Championships Program Booklet, Wisconsin DNR annual calendar, and many others.
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I got my first drone to use for Green Bay Public Television. Some of the first video footage I took of Bay Beach Amusement Park in Green Bay was used on CSPAN for an educational program about the history of Green Bay. Since then I have used the drone to capture a number of breathtaking landscape photos. Some of my drone photos have been recognized in photography competitions in Wisconsin. I have exclusively used DJI products and currently employ the DJI Phantom Vision 3.
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WARNING: PHOTOS DEPICT REAL WWII WAR SCENES, SOME INCLUDING DEAD BODIES.
My grandfather was a WWII veteran, POW, and an avid camera enthusiast. He took a lot of photographs during his service in the US Army during the war. According to stories I heard as a kid, some of his photos were used for the Nuremberg Trials.
I will add images to this page as I scan them.
Wizard World hosted it’s first Comic Con in Richmond this year. After having recently moved to Virginia, it was a great way for me to get a feel for the local geek culture. I look forward to attending next year.
Sometimes we do things as cheaply as possible, and other times we understand the importance of the symbols. When we do, we confer the proper respect and attention to detail.
Pictured is the Madison, Wisconsin Capitol Building.