Light is the irrefutable basis of photography, and its qualities and characteristics are endlessly varied. That’s a big part of what makes photography so interesting to me – you can give a few photographers the same subject, and even the … Continue reading
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Troy Freund is a commercial/editorial photographer based in Milwaukee, WI. I’m pretty dang passionate about photography and the tradition of “real”photography.
(click ’em to big ’em) The February MKE Comicbook meetup was very well-attended and it’s no surprise why – the topic of discussion was one that was easy to enjoy – “Favorite Non-Human Characters”! I know I was pretty interested … Continue reading
The January MKE Creatives was a fun, easy topic to talk about: What have you read in the last 30 days? Here’s what the gang had to say… 1. Molly – Ms. Marvel: Civil War II trade-paperback – “the story … Continue reading
The February MKE Creatives meetup turned out as it has on occasion in the past – not as it was planned, but still in a good, albeit unexpected way. Our presenter, Nick Dempske, of Racine Public Library’s BONK! Series, was … Continue reading
(as I couldn’t attend this meetup due to a last-minute photo-assignment, Kristine Hansen, local writer, attended and wrote this up, with a photo from Kerri Grote!) A small group of us gathered at MKE Creatives’ first meeting of 2017 last … Continue reading
MKE Comicbook is a Milwaukee-based meetup for teens-to-adult readers of comicbooks. It’s a discussion-based group, with each month focusing on a different topic! My buddy, Don, a high school English teacher, started the group, and he and I have been … Continue reading
The December MKE Comicbook was one with a fun topic – “Controversial Comics”, and was very well-attended! Since we had some new faces, we started out with introductions, with people sharing their current favorite comicbook. Here’s what they shared: Dillon … Continue reading
(clicken to biggen) The last MKE Creatives of 2016 was a wholly appropriate one to close out the year, to send us into 2017 invigorated and inspired. Anodyne Coffee was again our host, and a local independent writer, Kerri Grote, … Continue reading
The end of a year always prompts a certain amount of introspective “what did I learn? what can I do better? what have I accomplished” thoughts. I thought it would be fun to go through 2016, month by month and … Continue reading
For two years, I’ve been organizing the “MKE Cosplay 5k” – a combination geek-event, 5k run/walk, and donation-raiser-for-a-local-nonprofit. On October 23, a whole bunch of Milwaukee’s geeks came out and ran around the neighborhood of Sherman Park, and raised donations … Continue reading