I got this call to photograph Wisconsin State Senator Fred Risser, who also happens to be my State Senator. Sometimes I see Fred out riding his bike, which is great because he’s pretty old (85). He’s actually the longest serving legislator in the entire country, … Read More →
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This was a shoot for Vice Magazine. They wanted me to shoot this man named Burt Avedon for an interview piece they were doing for their fashion issue. Every photographer knows the name Avedon, and Burt is/was the cousin to the legendary photographer, Richard. But … Read More →
WHEELS UP!! Please make sure your seats are in their upright and locked position! This is from a recent shoot for Delta Sky Magazine, photographing local Madison D.J. Nick Nice. We wanted to shoot a portrait with a club vibe but not during an actual … Read More →
In February I had the honor to shoot the UCI World Cyclocross Championships help in Louisville, Kentucky for ESPN the Magazine. Now, I love cycling, but I really love cyclocross! I’ve been to two other Cyclocross World Championships, in 1997 and 1998, in Munich, Germany … Read More →
A collection of things I see while riding my bike.
I love cycling and I love cyclocross even more. So I went out in the cold to shoot the recent Cyclocross National Championships in Madison, Wisconsin to try out some new lighting ideas I had and want to use for the Cyclocross World Championships coming … Read More →
ESPN Magazine! A dream client, literally… they’ve been on my dream client list for a while now… and what a first shoot for them… a Packer’s Christmas! This shoot was pretty wild, so many fans dressed for Christmas, and so many so drunk… it was … Read More →
I had the great pleasure and honor to photograph the biennial report for the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant. Shooting at Growing Power and meeting it’s founder Will Allen was definitely a highlight.
Sometimes I get a call for an assignment and I start doing a celebratory happy dance before I even get off the phone. This was one of those assignments. And when the photo director called me after the shoot, while I was out on a … Read More →
When I first photographed Scott Walker for The New York Times in November 2010, just a few days after he was elected, I would have never guessed what was to come- the massive protests at the state capitol in Madison, the recalls all around the … Read More →
More voter portraits! I was once again tasked with the assignment to capture more voter voices, this time for the Wisconsin gubernatorial recall election.
I had the great pleasure and honor to do a little pro-bono work for the Literacy Network, a wonderful organization that provides adult literacy classes and English classes. Here are a few photos of some of their learners as well as a couple links to … Read More →