Bryan is an award-winning professional landscape, portrait and commercial photographer who was named as one of the top 100 landscape photographers to follow. He has over 25 years of photography experience with publication credits ranging from National Geographic to Lake Superior Magazine. He has been teaching photography workshops since 2006. He lives in Grand Marais, Minnesota.
I believe photography is something that can be learned and that you can develop photographic talent to realize the vision in your imagination. Photography allows you to release your creativity and develop the curiosity to explore our world. I also believe that photographic instruction is essential for getting the most out of photography. With instruction, you will gain confidence, learn to make more effective photos and shortcut the learning process.Join a Photography Workshop
My award-winning photography graces the walls of many homes and businesses. I offer three different media: prints, fine art canvas and metal. You’ll find a small section of my image catalog in my online store.Buy Fine Art
My photography appears in magazines and my commercial work ranges from real estate and property photography to food and product photography. I also have a large stock photography catalog of the Lake Superior area.Book Commercial Work
A growing trend in photography is vacation portraits. When you’re in the the Grand Marais area, the northwoods and north shore provide the best backdrops for your family portraits, couple portraits and vacation portraits. My style feels organic, natural, outdoorsy and I bring my adventure magazine style to portraits. Customers have said that I’m able to capture the spirit in my images. Remember your time in Grand Marais with professional vacation portraits.Book a Sitting
Achieve Your Vision: Processing Photos in the Digital Darkroom November 15, 2014, 9am – 4pm Location:Founders Hall at the Grand Marais Art Colony Tuition: $95.00 The process of making a digital photograph starts at visualization, continues through the craft of taking the picture, and then journeys into the digital darkroom. In the digital darkroom, just […]
One of the big myths believed in photography is that every good photo must tell a story. I simply disagree. While a good photo may tell a story, not all good photos need to tell a story. I think this myth probably evolved from the journalistic side of photography. In journalism, you want to tell a […]
For this month’s newsletter, I’ll discuss a few of the principles of photography. Specifically, the creative relationships between shutter speed and aperture. Over the years, I’ve attended a number of presentations from other photographers in which they discuss aperture and shutter speed, and I’ve taught aperture and shutter speed in my workshops since day one. […]