Sculpture Milwaukee!

I think we missed two buy hey check these out!


Wedding Season is Swinging!

I am having such a ball this season, so far my weddings have given me superheroes, a T-Rex, rainbows (thunderstorms), cupcakes, mustaches, divine summer elegance and mysterious nights. I love this life I get to live. Thank you to all my wonderful clients, past, present and those who have yet to discover my work.  You make the moments I get to capture. ❤

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Marsupial Bridge Fun!

I love when clients have creative ideas. Dave & Brin wanted to take photos at the Marsupial Bridge in Riverwest. Dave really likes the industrial look and I think these two look amazing in it. The light was wonderful and it was the perfect setting for their Christmas photo gift to parents.

Día de los Muertos Parade Milwaukee

The Día de los Muertos Parade Project Milwaukee hosted the 5th annual Día de los Muertos parade and activities at Walker Square park.

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“Our Mission is to bring communities within Milwaukee together through El Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Parade Project. Our purpose is to preserve, promote, and share the traditions and significance of the Day of the Dead by inviting the community to participate in this joyful event and in the process promote cultural awareness and understanding.” untitled-335 untitled-787untitled-362untitled-14untitled-607untitled-144untitled-132untitled-9untitled-133untitled-88 untitled-305 untitled-797untitled-5-2

Central Library

“The Central Library is one of my most favorite places of earth. I would say it is like the Taj Mahal. Inside, you’ll find library staff processing requests and pushing carts full of their thousands of books that fill their long shelves. Those inside this temple vary quite a bit– babysitters, homeless trying to avoid the cold outside world, amateur genealogists, horror novel aficionados, and many more.

For me, the library has served many functions over the years. It has been my entertainment and my education. The mad genius Frank Zappa said, “if you want a real education, drop out of school, go to the library and read.”

One of my proudest moments was finding my own book in the Central Library collection, and this was fitting because I had done much research for the book in the quiet, peaceful aisles there.”

Tea Krulos

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Pickwick Theatre

I was in Park Ridge covering a corporate event. I spotted this glorious theatre across the street. As soon as my event ended, I headed over. Little did I know the cool history of this grand art deco theatre.
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The Pickwick Theatre is an art deco movie palace located in Park Ridge, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.
Designed by Roscoe Harold Zook, William F. McCaughey, and Alfonso Iannelli, the Pickwick opened in 1928 as a vaudeville stage and movie theatre. It is widely recognized for its marquee and 100-foot tower, which appeared in the opening credits of Siskel & Ebert & the Movies.[2] The main auditorium, built to resemble an Aztec or Mayan temple, seats up to 1,400 people.[3]
The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975[4] and continues to host films as well as live stage shows. In 1990, theatre management expanded the Pickwick by adding three new screens behind the original auditorium. New movies arrive every Friday. The newest movie is usually played in the main theatre for the first week and then is rotated throughout the three back theatres for the following weeks at the theatre.