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If you’ve followed us for a while you might recall a campaign we photographed with the brilliant crew at Rally Collective for Clarke University. This is one of our all time favorite projects, telling the stories of Clarke students and faculty through conceptual portraiture (photographed on location at Clarke and around Dubuque). Since photographing the original Clarke series (which […]

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This is a little belated, but we want to formally introduce you to our new neighbors: Mere Agency! They’re web strategists/developers that do great work.  They now occupy a very cool corner space on the 2nd floor of our building. We’re inspired by them kicking butt as a young start–up. They had us photograph some promo images for them. […]

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Gratitude is the feeling that has been on our hearts this week. Gratitude for the family and friends that have supported and endured with us through the hardest working year of our lives in 2012. Also, gratitude for our wonderful clients (friends) that have let us in to their lives and allowed us to tell […]

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We’re excited to support Cyclone Nation as the Official Photographer of ISU Basketball! You may have already seen it, but here’s our jumbotron animation that’s airing at every Cyclone home basketball game this season. It was created by the insane Johnny Likens. We’re excited to see it in person for the first time at this […]

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We’ve had the recent pleasure of starting to work with PUSH Branding + Design on a series of projects for Iowa State. Our first projects was a conceptual cover for the cover of ISU’s College of Ag and Life Sciences publication, “Stories.” The idea was to show a close-up image of a student that represents […]

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