Witnessing History

Today began simply enough; as I write this at 1:30Am, I strongly believe I witnessed something historical today. Not only for Wisconsin, but historical for politics around the United States. I am of course talking about the protests outside the State Capitol building in Madison, where exponentially larger crowds have descended on Capitol Square over […]

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Battle for Bascom

For the second time in two years, UW-Madison cancelled classes for a snow day. And for the second year in a row, thousands of UW students trudged up Bascom Hill carrying food trays full of snow, flags, sling-shots, hockey masks and wearing any sort of protective gear they can get their hands on. It’s the […]

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Just a city boy

I went out on Monona Bay the other day to take pictures of ice fisherman. The photos are part of a photo essay I’m working on for Madison Magazine, to be published sometime during the summer. I’ve decided that Wisconsin fisherman are probably the nicest people on the planet. Each guy I approached not only […]

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