President Barack Obama campaigns to over 30,000 people on Bascom Hill in Madison, WI on Oct. 4, 2012.
Waka Flaka Flame performs to a packed crowd at UW-Madison's Revelry Fest on May 3, 2014.
Andy Carlson whispers softly to Kubwa, a 650 lb. tiger. Carlson works at Valley of the Kings, a big cat sanctuary in Sharon, WI. Kubwa was purchased illegally as a cub, but as he started to grow, his owner didn't want him anymore. Kubwa is one of big cats who call Valley of the Kings home, and will for the rest of their lives. Wisconsin is one of the few states with no laws preventing the sale of exotic animals.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker celebrates with supporters following his re-election on Nov. 4, 2014 in West Allis, WI.
UW-Madison students celebrate the Badgers' 71-64 victory over Kentucky in the Final Four on State Street on Apr. 2, 2015. The Badgers fell to Kentucky the previous year in the Final Four 74-73. Following the win, students and fans engulfed state street to kick off a party 363 days in the making.
The Underhill House in rural western Wisconsin is known for it's whole tree architecture. The trees used in the construction of the home were harvested from the land on which the house sits. The house is a stunning example of sustainable building practices including straw bale walls, passive solar heating and a sod roof.
A blood moon rises above the Wisconsin State Capitol on Nov. 8, 2014. A blood moon occurs during a total lunar eclipse when the moon passes into the Earth's shadow.
Michael Penn II, AKA CrashPrez is a student at UW-Madison as well as a bright spot in Madison's hip hop community. Here he performs at Revelry Fest on the Memorial Union Terrace on May 3, 2014. Penn decided to forego the stage for his final song, perfectly embodying his duality as a student-musician.
Steve Johnson casts his fishing line into the Mississippi River with help from his trusted friend Bennet in LaCrosse, WI on Oct 19, 2014. Johnson has been blind since age 22, but that doesn't stop his passion for outdoor recreation. He claims he's a better fisherman now then when he could see, because he feel the fish biting on the line better.
Steve Johnson demonstrates the laser sight on his hunting rifle. Despite being blind, Johnson is still an avid hunter. The laser sight allows Johnson's brother and hunting partner to tell Steve when his shot is lined up. Johnson's home is filled with different trophies from his hunting trips proving that sight is not a requirement in being a great hunter.
UW-Madison Senior Maxwell Love is released by UWPD following at sit-in protest with fellow students over the university's contract with Palermo's Pizza following allegations of labor violations on Apr 29, 2013.
Munish Chabra participates in swimming lessons at the South East Recreational Facility on Mar 11, 2015.