I photographed the Presidents speech on Immigration last night in Chicago for the international news agency Getty Images, which was surprisingly interrupted by hecklers. After they came at him from very angle his reaction to them was calm and effective.
I first stepped into Chicago’s Union Station in 1996.I was 18 years-old and traveling through on my way to check out colleges with my mother. What possessed me to take a train clear across the country is beyond me, but I did really enjoyed the experience of seeing so much of our country first time.
Fast forward 18-years and I am back in Union Stations cavernous great hall, creating a Nightlife lifestyle ad campaign for the Aids Foundation of Chicagoâ€™s World of Chocolate. A charity event that raises money for people living with HIV and AIDS.
Promotional video: Earlier this month, I worked with Terry’s Toffee to create a promotional video for their business showcasing their award-winning handcrafted confections. I love helping companies and other creative people tell their stories, especially when my clients are so passionate about their products and services.
Chicago Suburban Gay Wedding Photographer: Following Chris and Tomâ€™s wedding at Bethel United Church of Christ in Elmhurst, Illinois, we headed to Wilder Park to shoot formal photos. We had to cut things short when a massive thunderstorm passed over. Thankfully we took refuge in another couples tent from a wedding that took place earlier that day. Once the flash flood was over the shoeless grooms ran to their car so we could make it to the reception on time.
I really feel bad for the employees, especially the ones I met when I spent the day with USPS postal workers.