Radisson RED City Guide

RADISSONRADISSONI’m excited to share some photos from a job I did back in the spring, while I was in the midst of a full time job, planning a major international trip, and dealing with pregnancy fatigue/general unpleasantness. What fine days were those that I had so much on my plate. Anyway, my coworker at the time Amanda had a friend looking for a photographer to shoot the Minneapolis City Guide for Radisson RED, a new chain making its stateside debut (the first one opened up in Belgium not too long ago). It was a pretty cool job in that I actually got to see a lot of parts of the city I wasn’t really familiar with before, and discovered some new shops and restaurants I otherwise wouldn’t have heard of.

You know how you will do a job, and then forget about it for a while, and think “boy I really sucked at that job.” It’s always nice to look back and think “holy shit I might have actually done well at this.” That’s my entire portfolio basically….RADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONRADISSONradisson-191radisson-192RADISSON

Here it is in action.

 

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.

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