Chicago Union Station

chicago union station

Typically we share modern architecture as it’s far more conducive to creating abstracts than the more historic architecture. But, today, let’s take a look at Chicago’s Union Station which recently underwent restoration by Goettsch Partners. They did an amazing job! Union Station was originally designed by Daniel Burnham as part of his 1909 Plan of […]

Intro to Architecture Series, Class 2 – Union Station

  Week 2 of my Intro to Architecture Series class with Chicago Photography Classes had us going to Union Station. Given the chillier weather I’ve opted to take students to indoor locations for this series of classes. Union Station is a relatively iconic location in Chicago and typically a great space to capture photos. However, […]

Workshop Outtakes

navy pier, ferris wheel

  In my last post I shared some images created for The White City workshop I led downtown. While I was looking for those specific images and additions to the series, I also shot images in my more typical style. Thought I’d share a few favorites from the day here. Thanks for taking a look! […]

Union Station – CAF Tour

chicago union station

A couple weeks ago I took one of the many great tours the Chicago Architecture Foundation(CAF) offers throughout the year. This one was an hour long tour of Union Station. First, if you’re not a member of the CAF and like architecture, you should look into it. Lots of free tours (as this was for […]