Blog - Page 199 of 199 - Milwaukee Photographer Corey Hengen

If you have just bought one of my Art-o-Mat pieces, Thank You.
Now share a little about yourself.
Who are you? Where are you from?
What city, state or country did you get your piece in?
What piece did you get?
Where are you going to put it, or are you going to give it to someone as a gift?
Are you one of the lucky nine people that got one of the surprises? If so what did you get?

Check out my web site to see my other
Art-O-Mat pieces and the rest of my work.

All of the Art-O-Mat photos are for sale on my website for $10.00 each. All pieces are 2 1/8 x 3 1/4
Email me for more info at

Top three of the month:

1. The folks at Art-O-Matic have accepted my work. I’ll have four pieces in vending machines somewhere in the U.S. or England. I’ll pass on the location specifics as I receive them.

2. I’m updating my CHP website. New photos, links to this blog and my Flickr page will be added. I’m also adding CHP radio where you can listen to 60 minutes of new and old school jams, and even send in requests. The new webpage will be up for the February blog posting.

3. Earlier this month I dusted off my old Hasselblad and shot some film (what do you think? Check out other pics on my Flickr page: It was great shooting film again and walking away from the shot not knowing if the light was good, or if I got what I wanted until I used the light table. That climatic anticipation is a big part of why I fell in love with photography.

I’ll talk to you next month.

Welcome to my blog. This is my first entry and I’m going to recap 2006. It was a big year for me; I married the woman of my dreams, and traveled around Europe for my honeymoon.
I saw the passing of my long time companion Spokes (my 15 year old dog), but I got new energetic dog, Walnut.
Currently around Milwaukee, my home and hometown, I have two photo exhibions showing. If in Milwaukee you should stop at Soup Bros, on 2nd and Florida, to enjoy an awesome cup of soup, and see my show “Street Music”, capturing street musicians all over the United States. Or check out “17 Days in Europe” at Anthilia in Wauwatosa, to enjoy some of the visual pleasures Europe has to offer.

AND, I want to wish you Happy Holiday Season!