Madison Glow Run

Since I’m in-between jobs and grad school right now, I don’t get to shoot as much as usual. In some ways that’s nice. But today I felt like I needed to take my cameras for a walk and when I found out that a “glow run” was happening I thought it would be a great […]

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Learning Under Fire

(First off, sorry for that headline pun, I just had to do it.) I kind of blew it yesterday. Unlike other mistakes I’ve made as a photojournalist, I doubt many people will notice. But the lapse in thinking still bothers me. Yesterday around 11 I got word of an apartment complex fire in the nearby […]

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Brewers Home Opener

Wisconsinites don’t seem to need many reasons to sit outside and tailgate in barely above-freezing temperatures. And when you give them reasons like the Brewers home opener, people get kind of crazy. I’ve never been to opening day for any baseball team. I’ve only heard stories about the crazy fans in the parking lot before […]

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March in Photos

March has been a nice change of pace month for me—I began the month traversing across northern Minnesota and Upper Michigan to work on a story comparing iron mining in surrounding states, then found myself shooting lots of state basketball, a couple sports portraits and then environmental portraits here and there. March was fun but […]

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Best of WIAA Girls State Basketball

This week was a marathon of covering the WIAA Girls State Basketball Tournament at the Resch Center in Green Bay, including four games back-to-back on Saturday. At that point, the games, names and photos all start blending together. Which is why I decided to compile my favorite shots from the tournament into one spot. Since […]

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