Evan and Shannon brought something interesting into the mix of their Grant Park Milwaukee engagement session September 20, and it wasn't just their dogs Tesla and Newton, though they were great subjects too.
Mad scientists in their own ways, Evan and Shannon decided to write their wedding date in bacteria in petri dishes as a personal touch for their photos. Oddly, it turned out great!
Shannon even mentioned on Facebook that she had thought of doing the engagement session in a lab. To give that some context, Shannon is a PhD candidate at University of Minnesota and Evan is a postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute for Health. I would have been up for it!
Grant Park offered a variety of beautiful locations for the shoot, too many to explore in one session, with wooded trails, bridges, fences and lots of park space. And Evan and Shannon totally knocked it out of the park, so to speak.
Evan and Shannon will marry in Milwaukee in July 2016, and I'm so excited and honored to be a part of it. I can't wait to see what nerdy surprises they have in store, as they've talked about playing some theme songs from their (and mine) favorite shows and films.
Congratulations Evan and Shannon. Thanks for making me your Milwaukee wedding photographer!
Joel Nisleit Self PortraitSelf portrait of studio owner Joel Nisleit. Joel's skills enable him to capture portraits like this in any location, from home to a parking garage.
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