Archive for August, 2010

Loved working with this senior guy. He was so laid back and easy to work with!

We even braved this hot humid Minnesota weather we’ve been having. Combine that with the evening mosquitoes, tall grass, and the setting sun…I am thrilled to have gotten some good shots! Note to self: put on bug dope before session (not half way through!). 🙂

I am so excited the City of Eden Prairie chose one of my photos to be on the cover of their Parks and Rec Fall 2010 Guide!

Want a new and unique way to display your portraits? Try this!

These photos and article and from This Old House.

You, my fellow salvage junkies, never cease to amaze me with your creativity. Take Leslie Geesaman, whose window-turned-picture-frame is shown below.

Pained at the thought of a charming wood double-hung ending up in a landfill, Leslie’s contractor husband lugged the window home from a job site. And in true TOH fashion, Leslie put it to good reuse. Her idea: Mount photos behind the wavy-glass divided lights and hang the sashes side by side on the wall.

My sister-in-law is planning on doing this for her stairway and I can’t wait to see it! You can find these old windows in antique shops or flea markets at very reasonable prices. If you are in the Twin Cities area, email me and I will give you the name of a couple shops I know that sell them!

Read the full article and see more step-by-step photos and instructions HERE.