Grounded in photojournalism, Anthologie is known for providing engaging photography and storytelling.

 

Everyone has a great story to share, all you have to do is ask the right questions — that's the motto Anthologie has adhered to since its inception. All of our clients  receive the same personalized approach to their projects, which allows them to connect to their audience in ways facts and figures just can't do.

 
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Dan Iverson

Founder / Chief Photographer

Dan co-founded Anthologie in 2009 after leaving a career in the newspaper industry. Before the company's formation, Dan served as a photo editor, staff photographer and designer for Mainstream Publications in Southern Minnesota. He graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato, where he started his career behind the lens at university's newspaper working as a photojournalist and photo editor. Dan is thrilled to be based in the South Metro, where he spends weekends alongside his wife, freezing their tails off watching their son's hockey games.

When I was young, I wanted to be a:  fighter pilot in the Navy

Describe your perfect day: Wake up early for a properly prepared espresso macchiato at an unassuming café. Get my feet wet trout fishing in a stream. Enjoy an afternoon being a tourist with my wife and son in small town we've never explored, followed by BBQ at home, ending with great conversation with friends around the bonfire.

Favorite vacation spot: Upcountry Maui

Favorite assignment you've ever photographed: After many years this is really tough, but probably the time I was fortunate enough to photograph Paul Rusesabagina. He was speaking at an area college and before the event I was ushered into a private waiting area with him and was formally introduced. He shook my hand and I stood there in amazement knowing this was the guy — the Hotel Rwanda guy — that saved more than 1,200 people from genocide. A true here.

Why do you like your job: There's a few reasons. First, I get to do something different every day. I began my career as a photojournalist for this reason but it morphed into others, including number two: telling stories. I really do enjoy chatting with people and sharing what gets them excited with the rest of the world, especially small business owners. I love that I can help them live their dreams as well. And finally, freedom. Being my own boss means I can spend more quality time with my family.

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John Sucasky

Photographer

Dan co-founded Anthologie in 2009 after leaving a career in the newspaper industry. Before the company's formation, Dan served as a photo editor, staff photographer and designer for Mainstream Publications in Southern Minnesota. He graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato, where he started his career behind the lens at university's newspaper working as a photojournalist and photo editor. Dan is thrilled to be based in the South Metro, where he spends weekends alongside his wife, freezing their tails off watching their son's hockey games.

When I was young, I wanted to be a:  fighter pilot in the Navy

Describe your perfect day: Wake up early for a properly prepared espresso macchiato at an unassuming café. Get my feet wet trout fishing in a stream. Enjoy an afternoon being a tourist with my wife and son in small town we've never explored, followed by BBQ at home, ending with great conversation with friends around the bonfire.

Favorite vacation spot: Upcountry Maui

Favorite assignment you've ever photographed: After many years this is really tough, but probably the time I was fortunate enough to photograph Paul Rusesabagina. He was speaking at an area college and before the event I was ushered into a private waiting area with him and was formally introduced. He shook my hand and I stood there in amazement knowing this was the guy — the Hotel Rwanda guy — that saved more than 1,200 people from genocide. A true here.

Why do you like your job: There's a few reasons. First, I get to do something different every day. I began my career as a photojournalist for this reason but it morphed into others, including number two: telling stories. I really do enjoy chatting with people and sharing what gets them excited with the rest of the world, especially small business owners. I love that I can help them live their dreams as well. And finally, freedom. Being my own boss means I can spend more quality time with my family.