Monthly Archives: May 2013

Minnesota Celebrates the Freedom to get Married

On May 14th 2013 love became the law in  Minnesota. At 5:00 Governor Mark Dayton signed the marriage equity  law establishing marriage rights for gays and lesbians. Thousands attended the signing on the Capital steps and then marched in a … Continue reading

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Equality Wins the Day in Minnesota: Freedom to Marry Becomes Law!

A little over fifteen years ago I changed careers and became a photographer. Amongst other things I photograph weddings. I like to photograph weddings because they involve several different types of photography, formal portraits, journalism, candid’s, still life, low light, … Continue reading

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Teenagers or Monsters? Blank Slate tackles Columbine

Sometimes I can’t believe my luck.  Last Thursday I got to photograph a dress rehearsal of Blank Slate Theatre’s latest production: “Columbinus”.  As a photographer I’m always looking for new subjects and projects. I don’t limit myself to weddings, portraits, … Continue reading

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