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Milwaukee wedding photographer at Best Place Historic Pabst Brewery Photography

Milwaukee Wedding Photographer: Alex & Francine at the Historic Pabst Brewery

Milwaukee Wedding Photographer: I remember seeing the shuttered Pabst Brewery on my first trip to Milwaukee over a decade ago. This was long before their white cans with red and blue lettering became a staple prop for hipsters standing and posing in revamped dive bars across America. While the brand’s resurgence may seem like a fleeting fad, the historic brewery, which is iconic in its form, has become a timeless event venue and boutique hotel.

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Sacramento California Advertising Photographer portrait of Adventist Health Executives

Chicago advertising photography: testimonial & re-branding ads for Huron Healthcare

Chicago advertising photography: I was so happy when AgencyEA asked me to be their photographer for a client testimonial & re-branding advertising campaign for the consulting firm Huron Healthcare! The multi-city photoshoot started off in Chicago, then transitioned to Memphis, Sacramento, Baton Rouge and finally Milwaukee. As a portrait photographer it was great to work with so many wonderful people and I enjoyed the challenge of making great images in a variety of locations.

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A hand gun, very similar to the gun used by alleged gunman Wade Michael Page, is seen at The Shooter Shop, where Page purchased the weapon, in West Allis, Wisconsin, August 7, 2012. The gun used in the crime was the crime was identical, only it had a shorter barrel. REUTERS/John Gress

Denial Criteria May Prevent Mass Shootings

An expert on gun violence prevention from UC Davis says that more background checks and denying firearms to people charged with criminal activity can help lower incidence of mass shootings.

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Investigators prepare to enter the Azana Salon and Spa in Brookfield, Wisconsin, October 21, 2012, where three people were killed and at least four injured in a shooting, Brookfield Police Chief Daniel Tushaus said at a news conference. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)

Suspected spa gunman pleaded for help

The man suspected of killing three women and wounding four others in a shooting rampage at a Milwaukee-area spa where his estranged wife worked had recently posted pleas for help “to get out of Wisconsin” on his Facebook page.

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This news really disturbed me

On Wednesday night, Dalbir Singh was closing his store when three masked people approached and opened gunfire. He was shot in the head and died instantly. This crime fits the profile of thousands of failed attempted robberies in the U.S., except that Dalbir Singh is a turbaned Sikh man in Oak Creek, Wis.

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