Film Photography Reignites Passion

By laura / April 7, 2021 /

My passion lies in the art of film photography. Getting back to the basics of photography keeps me in the industry.  I’m currently removed from portrait and wedding photography, but remain involved in the medium of fine art film photography. After more than a decade in business, it’s time to focus on the area of…

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New Orleans Fine Art Film Photography

By laura / January 20, 2021 /

I stroll through the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana. This New Orleans fine art film photography proves my love for this city.  Amazing music, food and culture surrounds me.  Inspiration hits more with each visit.   I photographed  New Orleans with my vintage 35mm camera. Obviously, I don’t believe in updating photography equipment each time…

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Lake Geneva Wisconsin Getaway

By laura / December 30, 2020 /

I was a wanderer long before there was a hashtag for it.  Today, I wander around Lake Geneva. I get away once a year for an annual birthday celebration with close family.  This year we celebrated my 40th birthday in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.   The weekend was filled with relaxation and many laughs. It felt…

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Artist Photographer Refuses Mediocrity

By laura / October 28, 2020 /

I love the art of photography. For one, it forces me to be in the present moment.  With camera in hand and the viewfinder held to my eye, the process of photographing opens my eyes to the world around me.  I’m an artist photographer. Secondly, it often forces me out of my comfort zone.  I…

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August Haven Exhibits Local Artists

By laura / August 25, 2020 /

August Haven supports local artists. And I’m so grateful they do.  As an artist and photographer, I’m honored to have my work on display at August Haven.  A portion of my Living In The Fog series is exhibited as a gallery wall.  August Haven’s talented designers arranged furniture around my photographs resulting in a warm…

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Fond du Lac Public Library

By laura / August 12, 2020 /

What better time than the present to illuminate one librarian from the Fond du Lac Public Library. We’re sharing the Illuminating Women Project online so you can feel inspired. My children and I love books so we visit the public library often.  We are fortunate to have these resources in the Fond du Lac community…

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Organ Donation Advocate Jodi Schmidt

By laura / August 6, 2020 /

What better time than the present to illuminate advocates for organ donation. We’re sharing the Illuminating Women Project online so you can feel inspired. I’m inspired by all who follow their heart.  Jodi did just that which lead her to organ donation, Jodi is illuminating… Jodi Schmidt Jodi Schmidt grew up in beautiful St. Cloud. …

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Lifelong Learner Mary Ann Winter

By laura / August 4, 2020 /

Mary Ann Winter is a lifelong learner who illuminates the Fond du Lac community. We are sharing the Illuminating Women exhibition online so you can feel inspired.  Mary Ann’s persistence and optimism is motivating all who cross her path.  Mary Ann is illuminating… Mary Ann Winter Mary Ann Winter grew up on a small family…

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Support Local Farmers Of Wisconsin

By laura / July 27, 2020 /

What better time than the present to support local farmers. We are sharing the Illuminating Women exhibition online so you can feel inspired.  It’s important to support local farmers because they nourish our minds, bodies and souls.  Colleen Lubbert of Lubbert’s Farm is doing just that.  She is illuminating… Colleen Lubbert Colleen Lubbert owns and…

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Emerging Artist At August Haven

By laura / July 22, 2020 /

Emerging Artist Exhibits at August Haven As an emerging artist,  I seek opportunities that create a win-win for interior designers and galleries.  Just a few weeks ago, I reached out to August Haven because I knew they’d be the perfect fit for my creative vision.  I’m excited to announce that I’ll have artwork on exhibit…

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