I was in Wisconsin for two architectural clients and had the rare opportunity to photograph for myself while in between shoots. After completing an early morning exterior shoot of a health clinic in Pewaukee, WI, I headed east to Milwaukee to capture some images of Lake Michigan and the surrounding area.
Upon arriving and driving around a bit, I was struck by the beauty and design of the Milwaukee Art Museum. The weather was cloudy and chilly that day - which seemed strange to me considering it was late August. This didn’t bother me though since I prefer moody skies for my personal photography. Plus, it allowed me to capture images of the museum that are unique compared to the ones I have seen online.
I spent a few hours studying and photographing the exterior of the Milwaukee Art Museum along with the views of Lake Michigan. In the end, I came up with a nice collection of photos that I am proud of. This brief outing allowed me to stay invigorated and creative when I headed back to photograph my commissioned projects.
Below is a sampling of my favorite images from that brief outing. Enjoy!
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