Milwaukee Art Museum | December 2022

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It’s been quite a long time since my last visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) and even longer since the last time I photographed this incredible space (June of 2017, I’m actually shocked by this!). Last Monday, I took a bit of an impromptu trip up to the museum for both the architecture and […]

Field Trip to the Milwaukee Art Museum

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A short trek outside of Chicago is one of our favorite photo locations, the Milwaukee Art Museum designed by Santiago Calatrava. This place is a little special to me as it’s one of the first architecture locations to really draw me into photographing this subject matter. For a long time, the image below was a […]

Milwaukee Art Museum Abstracts

A few weeks ago I spent an afternoon at one of my favorite buildings – the Milwaukee Art Museum designed by Santiago Calatrava. When I teach, people often ask if I revisit locations I’ve previously shot and the answer is a definite yes! There are many reasons why: The way you see photographically evolves over […]

Day to Night | Milwaukee

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The final Milwaukee post from last weekend’s bus tour with Out of Chicago Photography. It was a very blustery, cold day but we had some pretty great clouds and a surprisingly vivid sunset. As you know by now we spent a fair amount of time at the Santiago Calatrava designed Milwaukee Art Museum, both inside […]

MAM Abstracts

One very important difference between color and monochromatic photography is this: in black and white you suggest; in color you state. Much can be implied by suggestion, but statement demands certainty… absolute certainty. – Paul Outerbridge This weekend my daughter and I took a little road trip to Milwaukee to visit some friends and see […]