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Milwaukee
United States

No Photoshop. No Computer Manipulation. 

Every color you see is created onsite by our own hands using flashlights, strobe lights, and colored theater gels. The camera shutter remains open two to nine minutes, while the full moon or our own hand-held lights expose each building, wall, structure or creature. Every composition requires a lot of experimentation, patience, and climbing in and out of rickety buildings before we get the final, perfect shot. The long drives, late nights, bugs, animals, frozen toes, and unexpected roll-in of thick cloud cover can make every single adventure a tale to tell.

And we'd be happy to tell you more . . .

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About the Fading Nostalgia Headquarters

 

We live and work in the mid-size, blue collar, industrial, lake-side city of Milwaukee, Algonquin for The Good Land.

Chris runs a pretty tight ship: packing prints, improving the FN art festival booth design, and tweeting because Katie is still a Twitter novice after all these years. What Katie isn't new to is the world of the web. By day she works as an Experience Architect, creating the architecture and visual website design for companies throughout the midwest.

By moonlight, both Chris and Katie take to the night landscape, with their flashlights in tow. No United States town is off limits. From the plains of the Dakotas, to Milky Way above Big Sur - from the ghost town of Glenrio, Texas to the abandoned Chippewa Amusement Park in Ohio - from a dredge sunk into a lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula to the dank, crumbling, dusty theaters of Gary, Indiana, and East St. Louis, Illinois.

In other words: the country is their headquarters. What a great place to work!