NPI creates images for the Park Nicollet 2011 “I Have” Giving Campaign.

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Recently I had the opportunity to create images for Park Nicollet’s 2011 Giving campaign.  These images as I learned were to be black and white in their final use.  To me that was extremely exciting.  I feel that when people can be photographed in black and white it really creates a scenario where the eyes and the inner beauty of a person can shine through.  In a way, I feel like you connect one on one with the subject.  To conclude this blog entry I just want to say that I always look forward to working with the high level creatives at Park Nicollet.  Thank you Sarah for this opportunity!



About Shawn Nielsen

Commercial Photographer in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. My studio is a building that I built on my 7.5 acre hobby farm and is wonderfully surrounded by country that is full of crops, trees, goats, etc.

Posted on September 26, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Theresa Whiteford

    Saw this flyer in my mail and was wondering if you took these images!! Awesome job!

  2. Thanks Maureen. I miss working with you too. I am sure the future will once again combine our talents.

  3. These are lovely. I miss working with you!

  4. Thanks Scott. It was an awesome campaign to work on! I will be very interested to see what response this gets from the general public and such.

  5. As always, great work Shawn. I love the way these images tell a story. Each one is unique, yet it’s easy to sense the connection and common thread. I also like the simplicity of the design. A great example of strong collaboration with the client and the creative team.

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