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Travel Stories: Southeast Utah (nearby Moab)

Fiery Furnace.

Some of the prettiest places you’ll ever lay eyes on. Just about a month ago, my wife and I packed up a few things and headed out West to visit my brother/sister-in-law/nephews in Salt Lake City, Utah.  As I saw it, there were two main goals for this trip : (1) spend lots of quality […]

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One year ago today…

Chicago, Illinois.

May 20, 2010. The day this adventure officially began. My photography business officially launched exactly one year ago today! It’s hard to believe that 365 days have already passed since I decided to start building the bridge that will one day (hopefully) help me transition from full-time lawyer to full-time photographer.  As much as things […]

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Snowmaggedon/Snowpocalypse/SnoMG 2011

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As most of you will undoubtedly remember, Chicago was rocked with a blizzard just over a month ago.  The weather conditions were so bad that Lake Shore Drive, a path used by thousands on any given day, was reduced to a parking lot in a matter in hours after an untimely bus accident left many […]

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My Home Away From Home

Memorial Union Terrace

Madison, Wisconsin. As the title of this post declares, this town is my home away from home. I spent four of the best years of my life wandering around the streets of Madison (mostly en route to and from my classes, but sometimes not for that reason at all) and, to this date, the mere […]

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The One That Started It All

View of the New York City Financial District from Pier A Park (Hoboken, NJ)

For my initial blog post, I thought it would be appropriate to do a “behind the scenes” type thing and introduce you to how/when my interest in Photography began. Please sit back and relax…I hope you enjoy this journey back in time. From late 1996 through early 2004, I had owned* an old-school Canon 35mm […]

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