Domini Brown is a photographer and writer. She lives in Richfield, Minnesota.
I am a photographer and writer living in a suburb of Minneapolis. I shoot both film and digital, but more film as of late.
Living in the suburbs inspires a lot of my work. I am drawn to photographing space—not the outer space kind, but the square-footage-around-us kind. This may be living spaces, neighborhoods, suburban or rural landscapes, gardens, or smaller areas where we sit, play, work, and think.
In addition to photographing the world around me, I am a content person. I work for the University of Minnesota as a content strategist and occasionally write nonfiction for magazines and blogs, most recently contributing to Make MN.
Other interests include gardening, riding my bicycle, making time to listen to music, and lovin' on my family and friends and pets. My husband and I have a garden blog called Nice Times. Check it out.
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Nice Times garden blog | self-published
“On happiness, hard work, and bodybuilding” | Make MN, 2018
"Joy in the depths of winter" | Make MN, 2018
"The Art Shanties have a new home on Lake Harriet" | The Growler Magazine, 2018
Contributor to "The Mill" | The Growler Magazine, 2017
"Shucking oysters in the face of doom: the staying power of Meritage" | The Growler Magazine, 2016
"Travail chef takes the reins of a restaurant and brewery" | The Growler Magazine, 2016
"The Ties That Bind" exhibition, MPLS Photo Center, 2016
"Portraits" exhibition, MPLS Photo Center, 2015
Minnesota prairie series exhibition, Black Sheep in St. Paul, MN, 2015
Published creative nonfiction essay: "Visibility, Forever" | Midway Journal, 2014
Published photos: CA Modern magazine, July 2011 issue