In the last year, maybe 8 months, I’ve experienced another evolution of my creative vision. I’ve found that regardless of what I’m doing, be it photography, watching films, carving wood, or writing, the thread of storytelling has continued to pull at me.
How can a simple “ditch” flower be one of the most beautiful things to photograph during a Minnesota summer?
A short ‘still film’ about a late summer stroll in the forest and the connection it provides us.
Some days, even though the color is popping all around me, I’ll find myself out searching for autumn. Not just the fall colors, but that FEELING of Autumn.
A cold, grey, winter morning from Northern Minnesota revisited in the archives.
My first run at a completely different approach(for me) to photographing a home interior. It’s all about finding the natural feel of the home!
In the face of a brutal winter that threatened to ruin them, one man sought to provide food for his family to see them through. A photo essay.
While often photography is serious in nature, I find myself drawn to the quirky, humorous moments seen in everyday situations.
It’s a special time, those first snowfalls of the year that leave us all filled with wonder.