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Family Photographs, Headshots, and Candid Portraits Like your favorite songs, great portraits tend to get stuck in your head. They have the ability to capture a person’s personality, tell a story through their eyes, and can even reflect something back about the viewer. Our portrait is often our introduction to the world before the world meets us. It can be mysterious, engaging, attractive or simply say “this is what I look like” about the person within it. Whether you’re looking to catch your child’s smile, are a musician producing an album, have an acting or modeling career, are recently engaged or simply need professional portraitsRead More →

Occupy Chicago Part of the Occupy Movement that swept the country in 2011 after Occupy Wall Street began in New York City. Protests focused on corporate greed and self-interested corporate influence within Government. Occupy Chicago positioned themselves in the heart of Chicago’ financial center, on the corner beside Bank of America (formerly the Continental Illinois building, origin of the term “Too big to fail”), and across the street from the Federal Reserve and Chicago Board of Trade. Protestors occupied this corner day and night, no matter the weather and marches/demonstrations happened regularly. Just prior to a NATO and G8 summit in the city in 2012,Read More →

Algoma is a city of about 3,000 people on Wisconsin’s shore of Lake Michigan. The area was first inhabited and named by Algonquin speaking people. The city is located on a natural harbor about 25 miles east of the city of Green Bay. Historically, Algoma played a key role in the origin of the Christmas Tree tradition now observed in the United States. In Fred Neuschel’s book about the early Christmas tree shipping industry, Lives and Legends of the Christmas Tree Ships, the description of Algoma is that of a town that relied heavily on the resources and transportation routes Lake Michigan provided. The lakeRead More →