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“If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn’t need to lug around a camera” – Lewis Hine

Photographs are the way I tell my story. I’ve always been a keen observer and collector of images. My camera allows me to share those images with others. I found my voice when I found photography. I employ digital photography to experiment with angles and lighting. I see things in a way I’ve not seen them before. m for me. I see things in a way I’ve not seen them before. I’m particularly drawn to details of flowers and plants. I’m able to achieve abstractions of everyday images as I use the macro lens. I take pictures every day and enjoy nothing more than watching them unfold.
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February-June 2010: Participant Foot in the Door 4 at the Minneapolis Institute of Art

October 2010: One of the Alec Soth’s favorites; Alec Soth’s “From Here To There” Flickr Project Assignment http://www.flickr.com/photos/alecsoth/favorites/with/5003102570/#photo_5003102570

May 2011: Invited to include an image in the National Geographic Image Collection. http://www.nationalgeographicstock.com/ngsimages/explore/explore.jsf

August 2011: Photograph accepted in the Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts show

August 2012: Photograph accepted in the Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts Show

September 2012: Participant Soap Factory $99 Sale

September 2012: Participant Abnet Farm Art Show

In house photographer and curator for Twin Cities Spine Center Arts @TCSC Program

Currently studying photography at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design

3 Comments

  1. awesome photos. great blog.

  2. Love this site and your work!


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