N Photo Magazine (based in the UK) asked me to submit a short bio and a couple photos for a profile piece. Looks like they finally ran it. Full disclosure: the editor who put this together is a friend of a coworker of mine who was crowd sourcing people to profile, so the international notoriety isn't exactly earned. Still kinda fun though.
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President Obama stopped in Minneapolis on Friday to deliver a speech on the economy so I took the opportunity to cover an aspect of the President's visit I missed last time I photographed him when he visited the U of M during the 2010 elections to support Gov. Mark Dayton.
Photographing the arrival of Air Force One entailed sitting on a flatbed parked on the flight line for about an hour (no bathroom breaks) with not much to look at except the Secret Service agents milling about.
It only took fifteen minutes from the time Air Force One's wheels hit the tarmac until the President sped-off in his motorcade.
You can check out more of my own photos from the morning as well as Marisa's from the Honeywell event here.