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Montana: Adventures in the Mountains

At the end of January we traveled to Montana for vacation. We left behind all the SLR's and lenses and chose to only bring a Fuji x100t along for the week.  Using the x100t was a joy in its simplicity and quality. Using it allowed us to focus more on our vacation and not on lenses and gear. 

A Need to Explore: Two Friends on Two Amazing Adventures

Two different friends of ours are on truly inspiring adventures. We felt the need to share what they are up to.

 

Jonathan Chapman, a commercial photographer from Minneapolis, and his family have embarked on a 4 month, globe trotting family sabbatical. Jonathan, his wife and two kids are traveling New Zealand, Thailand, Japan and Europe over 4 months. Each family member is writing blog posts and documenting their trip. Check out their blog, The Family Sabbatical, to read about their adventures and beautiful photos.

The Chapman Family in New Zealand

The Chapman Family in New Zealand

Anna, a stylist we have worked with many times, and her husband Carl started on January 1, 2016 on a year long adventure. Taking with them a van and camper they are spending a week in each of the 50 states as well as Washington D.C. Follow their adventures and weekly videos on their site US Anywhere.

Anna and Carl

Anna and Carl

It’s great to see such creative people exploring the world in different ways and sharing their stories with us. 

 

Happy Holidays

As the snow falls outside today and we come to the end of the year we want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy and joyful New Year. See you in 2016 with lots of new projects to come.

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Winter Biking

Sometimes you just need to go out into the woods with a close friend and shoot mountain biking while it’s snowing. Yeah, this was one of those times.

Happy Holidays

2014 has been a wild ride that's for sure, from corporate head shots to personal projects in the fields of Iowa. Thanks to new friends and clients new and old. Have a wonderful Holiday Season and Cheers to 2015!