In addition to leading unusual walking tours all over the Twin Cities, urban geographer and historian Bill Lindeke writes an ongoing series of guidebooks about dive bars in the Minneapolis/St Paul area. They serve as histories of neighborhood meeting places and reflections of the communities they serve. Purchase a copy here
I’ll have work in YEARBOOK ONE, a book published by fax in conjunction with the Minnesota Fax Registry and Facsimile Press.
Rebecca’s studio table in the September issue of Twelve.
Mankato, Minnesota This photo is part of an ongoing series at twelveblog.tumblr.com. You can find a collection of my photos for the project here.
Cities are in a constant state of change; neighborhoods morph this way and that from safe to crime-infested, from run-down to hip to boring, etc. Berlin as we know it came into being from a unique combination of factors and history, but time has caught up with it and the change is happening at an … Read More
New Year’s Eve, Minneapolis, USA This photo is part of an ongoing series at twelveblog.tumblr.com. You can find a collection of my photos for the project here.
This year I am excited to be working as a monthly contributor to Twelve, a project that asks a small group of photographers to interpret a new theme each month. The creator of Twelve is Heather Zweig. You can see a list of all contributors here! For January’s theme of celebration, I headed over to … Read More
The last few days have been crazy crazy getting things done here there and everywhere to go away for a little time away. It is going to involve the North Sea, wind, sand and bicycles and I am so excited. I leave you with news that I have a print of my work available at … Read More