My 2018 calendar if full of Chicago cityscapes taken throughout the year. If you got your hands on a calendar, and are here to learn more about the photos – thanks for stopping by! If you still need to purchase one, get it HERE. ___________________ JANUARY: Call me crazy, but there’s a special place in…read more
Nick and Amy Ulivieri travel to Murphysboro, IL to watch and capture the solar eclipse.
In this episode of Wx Geeks, Nick Ulivieri discusses urban storm photography with Dr. Marshall Shepherd. Catch Wx Geeks every Sunday on the Weather Channel (Noon Eastern, 11:00am Central)
I’ve been lucky to work with 360 Chicago on many occasions this past year, but our winter solstice event, #360WinterSolstice, was definitely memorable. To celebrate the official start of winter (i.e. the shortest day of the year) we teamed-up to host a day-long Instameet. Photographers who were lucky enough to score a ticket had access to the observatory all…read more
My 2017 calendar is now available! Dusk to Dawn features a wide variety of cityscapes taken at all hours between sunset and sunrise. If you bought one, or received one as a gift, and you’re here to learn more about the photos – thanks for stopping by! If you’re just visiting the blog and you…read more
Flying from Midway to LAX and back through a sea of clouds and storms.
When I travel, one of my top priorities is to find a hotel with a photogenic view. Anytime I can get a room on an upper floor with a great cityscape, I’m a happy traveler. So when Curio – A Collection by Hilton contacted me about a complimentary staycation at their newest property, LondonHouse Chicago, I turned into a happy staycationer. Truth…read more
Earlier this spring, my friends at 360 CHICAGO and Point B Communications reached out to me about creating a custom panorama of the observatory’s North and South views for their summer advertising campaign. Of course, I was interested. Little did I know it would be one of my biggest (literally) shoots to date. Here is a behind-the-scenes…read more
I spent a lot of time at the University of Chicago Medical Center the past few years visiting my parents as they both went through cancer treatments. And every time I snaked through campus to get to the hospital, I told myself one day I’d go out and explore the wealth of architecture packed within…read more