Minneapolis Editorial Photography Work

Photographing people, documenting food, editorial coverage of events and businesses – they are all different sides of the same coin. That is to say, what I love is telling stories visually, working in engaging environments, finding the hidden spaces and quiet stories in unexpected places. Some days that is documenting a coffee roaster, or lighting an industrial cheese plant. Sometimes it is documenting local corporate or food events or bringing an engaging eye to headshots for small businesses. I offer an editorial eye to business, event, and lifestyle sessions. I specialize in food, gatherings, and editorial portraits. My work has appeared in…

Nyes Restaurant Minneapolis in memorium

Many years ago, I spend an evening in Nyes taking photos for a magazine piece that never came together. The closing of Nyes prompted me to find some of my favorites from this totally Minneapolis bar. I was never a regular at Nyes restaurant. Even when I moved to Minneapolis 10 years ago, it was a vestige of a former hey day. It was a place to take out-of-towers, so show them what a sing-along piano bar could be like, or what dining was like in the 60s. The perogies were great, the drinks were strong, and there were the…

Torpedo Room Tiki Bar at Eat Street Social

Client: The Heavy Table’s preview of the new Torpedo Room at Eat Street Social Details: Photograph general vibe, decor, drinks, and process in this new Minnesota inspired Tiki Bar Goals: Balance the bright tiki theme with the adult drinks program, convey a sense of energy and “otherness” while still making approachable images.

Wedding fashion shoot in Wisconsin Cranberry Bog {something different}

I am so very excited about these photos! Growing up, my mom always bought a freezer full of fresh cranberries in the fall to eat all year round. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I realized how unique that was, but now it is as much a part of my childhood as fresh baked bread or the occasional microwaved dinner – fresh cranberries are like home. And it wasn’t until I moved back to the Midwest that I realized that Wisconsin makes the majority of all cranberries in the US. Do you hear that Massachussets?  Of course, the Cranberry marshes…