We enjoy the process of photography, from location scouting, to framing the shot and hitting the shutter button. Even before that, we love the gear and the technology. But, even in today's world of digital everything, it really is the final print that matters.

We offer a variety of services, including portraits, headshots, event coverage, weddings and commercial work. We love shooting this work for our clients, but we also love creating fine art landscapes. We shoot these with specific print styles in mind. We created this beautiful image, for example, as one that would be tailored specifically for printing on canvas. 

We were honored to be a part of Chris and Cheryl's wedding on August 27, 2016. Prior to the wedding, we interviewed the couple about their love for one another and how they met. We began their love story by arriving at a place that had a special meaning to them. Chris had been renovating an historic family barn and this was to be the location of their wedding reception.

Andrew, the owner at a new MMA and fitness studio in Appleton, Wisconsin, contacted us to find out if we could photograph his club's grand opening. Sure we can, we told him!

For the second year in a row, our friends at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley asked us to photograph their major annual fundraising event, Vintage in the Valley.

February 14, 2016: Valentine's Day, and the day of the first inaugural Fat Cupid Classic held in Appleton, Wisconsin - the first "fat bike" race held in the area. Sponsored by our friends at the Recyclist Bicycle Company, this was a great opportunity to get some shots of the fat bike racing action.

 

Rawley Point Lighthouse, on the Lake Michigan shore, near Two Rivers, Wisconsin

A landmark structure in Door County, the historic Anderson Dock is thought to have been built around 1855. Restored 100 years later, it remains a popular stop in the village of Ephraim, Wisconsin.

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