Shea Dunn

What's been going on lately?

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Hi Folks!

I have been a bit quiet and inactive lately with posting my personal photography and photography as a business. It's been intentional. I love doing portrait photography and weddings, but I have been kicking around some other ideas and possibilities in my head. I have been working to stretch myself in other ways creatively and personally, and am working on having more to present very soon.  I'm very excited with the possibilities, and I can't wait to share that with you.

I will continue to do portrait wedding and photography, but will have limited availability during 2016. If you are interested in working with me, please contact me and am taking bookings for 2016.

Where i hope to spend 2016 is on doing the things I've always wanted to do, but have been too willing to make excuses to do. I will be talking about that here soon.

I am also looking for folks interested in trying new things. New adventures. New creative en-devours. Whatever it is, I would love to hear what you want to do, and what is keeping you back. Live isn't about the things you want to do, it's about doing the things that make you happy.

In the meantime, give me a like below, and follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Happy Holidays Everyone!

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2015 has been a great year! I have taken the past year to really try a lot of new things, and I have some changes coming in 2016. I am about to launch some big updates to my website, and have so much to look forward to, including starting some new adventures and stretching myself creatively. Keep watching sheadunn.comFacebook and Instagram over the next couple of weeks and months for updates and exciting things!

Regina Headshots

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Headshots of Regina at Lake Harriet and Lyndale Flower Gardens in Minneapolis.

Emma & Justin Wedding

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My friends Emma and Justin got hitched! 

In hardcore Minnesota fashion, this amazing couple wanted a winter wedding. And it happened to be one of the coldest days of the year! At around 20 degrees below zero, Minneapolis was one of the coldest places on the planet. What a wonderful day for a wedding!

They braved the cold, we snapped as many shots as we could stand at beautiful Boom Island Park, and booked it on over to the church.

Regardless of the weather, it was a wonderful day, and I couldn't be happier for this perfectly-matched couple. They were meant for each other!

And special thanks to the amazing Ashley Miller for being an awesome second photographer! It's always great to partner to shoot with.

Andy Headshots

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Andy is an actor. He's been all over. When I met him, he had just moved back to Minneapolis from Seattle. He now lives in L.A. He's a great, friendly guy that is a lot of fun to be around.