A Dream Theatre Come True

One of my dream theatres to play the film in when I was making it was the Al Ringling Theatre in Baraboo, Wisconsin.  Why?  Because it was an original “Movie Palace” when it opened in 1915, that it is a legendary landmark in Wisconsin, because it was built by the world famous Al Ringling.  Yes … Continue reading

Homage To Frank Lloyd Wright

Well you can’t make a movie with Frank Lloyd Wright in it and not have a showing in the birthplace of such a legend, Richland Center.  So that’s what we did.  It was a fun night despite the democratic party convention down the street stealing half of my audience, but I got to hang with … Continue reading

Ten Wonderful Wisconsin Oddities

The title says it rather clearly, these are ten shots of some of the wonderful oddities I’ve encountered in my travels around Wisconsin making this documentary (that is now finished, working on release screenings and dates for this fall).  There’s a little note below each photo to let you know a bit about it. * … Continue reading

Driving The Driftless

Here’s some killer shots I took while driving the Driftless Area recently.  On a sunny day, it’s really hard not to take a good picture in this state.  Honestly, it’s pointless in talking about it.  Just look at the photos and you’ll see what I mean.  So I’ll stop babbling now and let you enjoy … Continue reading

Outside House On The Rock

I shot these quite some time ago, but just found them.  While the interior tour of House On The Rock is used in the documentary (to humorous and a bit eery effect), only a smidgen of the exterior, also an awesome place to visit, is used.  That place just keeps going and going.  Enjoy, and … Continue reading

Cheese Underground: Unglaciated Cheese

Here’s a killer article on cheese Terroir in the Drifless Region of Wiscosnin.  I’ve been to a good deal of these Dairies and Cheese producers, and I have to agree that the area has a taste all its own.  Cheese Underground: Unglaciated Cheese. via Cheese Underground: Unglaciated Cheese. * * *