sunflower field wisconsin farm photogarpher


I’m Alyssa! Here are six things you should know about me:

  1. My garden is my pride, joy and cause of never-painted fingernails.
  2. I carry an average of three books (physical and audio) with me at all times, because you just never know when there will be a chance to read or listen to a book.
  3. Sunrises bring out the best most thoughtful version of me.
  4. I watch The Office nearly every single day.
  5. The best coffee creamer is Butter Pecan. Change my mind.
  6. Fuzzy or novelty socks are a direct path to my forever devotion.

backyard gardening, wisconsin photography
Here is us digging in our garden!

OK- If you want to learn more about my background, here ya go!

I am a Green Bay, Wisconsin agriculture, family and lifestyle photographer. I love everything about farm life, families that like to have fun together and traditions of the Midwest.

You should know, I grew up on a dairy farm in Gleason, WI, which long ago inspired me to start my first blog called “The Northern WisconsinΒ Farmer.” I expired that blog long ago, but writing and photography pushed me into a life of journalism, marketing and all things creative. My red barn background brought me to love all things cows, crops and farm families, which is what I strive to photograph and write about as often as possible.

When life brings me to a farm, be it a dairy or Christmas tree farm, I love to meet the people that run and operate it and to see the whole thing in action. I find that having a visual representation of farms is a wonderful way to document true change and adaptation to challenges.Β 

I was raised to work hard, appreciate the people around me and to never stop looking for something new to learn. My lessons from the dairy have brought me to so many wonderful places, and I could not be more grateful. This blog is a place for me to share my photography work, but it mostly a place for me to share about my life as a farm kid that moved away but who’s heart still beats to the drum of an intentional and “rural” lifestyle.

Let’s work together!