Blog - Page 5 of 208 - Milwaukee Photographer Corey Hengen

Maxine has been waiting since May for her Pelican Mustang Kayak and it came in today. Now for the ice to melt so she can get out on the lake. Look out summer 2021!!!



We lost a damn good dude today! He was a great man, father, Businessperson, and creative!. I will truly missing see & talking with him.

IMG_8879Photo: from Facebook

Happy Birthday, to the most beautiful woman in the world.

I’m so grateful that you’re my partner in crime!!!


This past week made a COVID safe trip to Minocqua, WI. for three great days spent cross country skiing and hiking around Winter Park. And four nights cooking and playing board games in front of the fireplace!94A6D93E-DCB0-4DE4-9C42-476BACFF8095 CAF04B37-50C3-4307-8C53-4DA8AD7C70FA F777F874-A95E-4EF5-AC32-BB881C64F0EA


My buddy, Paul Block, just passed away – way too soon.
One of the last conversations we had, in person, was at the Palomino in 2005ish. We were drinking beers and talking about tattoos. I was talking to him about the next tattoo I was getting.
Paul: Who’s doing your next tattoo?
Corey: Jon Reider.
Paul: He’s good shit. What is it?
Corey: BMX handlebars on my chest.
Paul: That’s cool. But you better never go to prision.
Image from Facebook


After 16 years of watching Holiday Horror Movies, it was time that Maxine and I sat down and made a list of the movies from years past. You’re welcome!!!

2020: Black  Christmas (2019)

2019: Silent Night Deadly Night 2 (1987)
2018: Silent Night Deadly Night (1984)
2017: Black Christmas (1975)
2016: Don’t Open Till Christmas (1984)
2015: Krampus
2014: Elves (1989)
2013: Silent Night (2012)
2012: Jack Frost (1997)
2011: Rare Exports : A Christmas Tale (2010)
2010: Christmas Evil 1980
2009: P2 (2007)
2008: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1965) “recommended by Pat Sajak”
2007: Black Christmas (2006)
2006: The Gingerdead Man (2005)
2005: Santa Slay (2005)


Tis the night before Christmas… as Maxine and I get ready to sit down for our Christmas Eve tradition – a soft candlelight romantic dinner of tater tots & broccoli cheese tots, and a good old holiday B horror movie – we just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Holiday!!!! And if you are wondering, this year’s movie is the 2019 blockbuster BLACK CHRISTMAS!


The Light the Hoan project is more than halfway funded, and the LED lights are installed on the west side of the bridge. Hey Milwaukee, you’re looking good!!!









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