Belle Isle is located in Detroit, Michigan, and is home to the nation’s oldest conservancy (opened August 1904). It houses a collection of plants in their Palm House, Tropical House, Cactus House, Sunken Fernery, and Show House.
Rays of warm light contrasting the bitter reality of the chill outside, dusty bricks collect its warmth. Friends start to build up the atmosphere with a touch of green life and the sounds of laughter. This is the scene these images were created in.
A decision to photograph Detroit’s church architecture with a friend led to the creation of these images.
In a big city the size of Detroit, one is always looking for a way to change their perspective. The people mover allows for such a shift.
When your best friends get engaged, one has to celebrate! This shoot was an absolute blast in Detroit’s historic New Center.
The west side of Michigan is a completely different world than the industrialized, east side. It has long coasts of soft, sandy beaches and lighthouses that pop with color.
The northern Oregon border is home to Mt. Hood and multiple waterfalls. Pull off on almost any exit along I-84 and you’re bound to find some natural attraction.
Spring in Detroit is pretty chilly. That doesn’t stop a couple of creatives with good lighting.
The shining sun made up for Chicago’s infamous winds. The setting of the sun signaled an end to quick day trip.
Oregon is a vast state with multiple terrains. Within two hours you can be in the flat lands of Albany and end up traveling through the mountains and ending in the deserts of Bend.