Tag Archives: minneapolis

It’s All About the Light

One of the biggest challenges with photographing interiors is taming the light.  There is a massive difference in light levels around a home – especially near large picture windows.  Even with the windows wide open, the interior is so much darker than the exterior that it is very difficult to get an image that has […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Backyard Firepit Sanctuary

It’s a blustery winter day here in Minnesota and the weather forecast is calling for 6-8″ of new snow on top of the two feet we already have from early season storms.  As a winter lover, I think a return to a good old-fashioned winter is fantastic.  The only downside that I see is that […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Tuscany in Kenwood

Kenwood is one of the super-premium neighborhoods in Minneapolis.  Kenwood is a gingerbread dollhouse-encrusted hill perched just southeast of downtown Minneapolis.  Back in 1995, I looked at a carriage house apartment behind a 5000 square-foot mansion that would have been the nicest place I had ever lived – and it was above a garage.  Given […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Not Your Ordinary Grandparents House

Most people don’t envision this when they think of Grandma’s house. This beautiful South Minneapolis home is a custom-designed and custom-built house from the late-1950’s.  It contained a million little details that made it a distinctive one-of-a-kind home in it’s price range.  This house had 5 bedrooms, Frank Lloyd Wright-style 2-sided fireplaces, big windows everywhere, […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →