Tonight: 'Land of 10,000 Stories' Features Minnetonka Resident
Boyd Huppert explores photographer Ed Wargin's Fresh Coast Project.
A feature story on Minnetonka photographer Ed Wargin will air tonight on Kare 11 at 10 p.m.
The Fresh Coast Project is the endeavor to capture the Great Lakes on film.
"The vision of The Fresh Coast Project is to inspire future generations of leaders, teachers, students, stewards, legislators, artists, scientists and citizens to be mindful, aware, and reflective about this vast resource," said Wargin. "It is to promote enjoyment and celebration, respect and concern. We hope that this particular body of work encourages people to visit, explore, and live in this wonderful region. These are truly the magnificent Great Lakes, and this is a tribute to them."
Wargin is a professional photographer with more than 25 years experience creating imagery for commercial, editorial and publishing clients. He was born in Duluth and began his photographic career by honing his skills amidst the shores of Lake Superior.
Wargin's work is held in public and private galleries across the globe.