Tiffany Bolk Photography

Tiffany Bolk is an experienced Minnesota wedding photographer who specializes in capturing rustic & vintage weddings & stylized engagement sessions.


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Snow on the Mississippi

Sometimes I Pretend I’m a Poet

Sometimes I Pretend I’m a Poet

Untitled An open window in the night only invites the unknown.                       What you think of me                       Is nothing … Continue reading 


I love horses!  Anytime I see some I usually have to pull over and say hi and photograph them.  This time I had my Hasselblad with me.  It has a little light leak in it but I still like the … Continue reading 

Sunday Dinner – February

My lovely friend Suzy hosted another night of food, friends AND BINGO!  I think we played 7 games and I never won once!  But that is besides the point I guess.  We did however raise $380.00 for CAIR!!!!  Way to go … Continue reading 

Sometimes I Pretend I’m A Poet

Sometimes I Pretend I’m A Poet

You You are teaching me to be brave, When You cannot be brave You are teaching me to have courage, When You cannot have courage You are teaching me to see the beauty in myself, When You cannot see the … Continue reading 

Reconnecting with Me

Reconnecting with Me

I’ve been feeling the need to reconnect with my artistic side.  Not that photographing weddings isn’t artistic, because it absolutely fulfills a large necessity to create art for me.  But I feel like I need to get back to some … Continue reading 

Survivor Kitty

I cannot even begin to explain how incredibly happy this little cat makes me!  I shot this photo shortly after she had her splenectomy last October.  She had to wear the cone/cape so she wouldn’t mess with her stitches on … Continue reading 

Sunday Dinner Fundraiser

My wonderful and innovative friend Suzy brought us all together for her first Sunday Dinner Fundraiser!  Once a month (on a Sunday) she will be hosting a dinner at her place to raise money for different non-profits.  Our first dinner … Continue reading 

The Trees Will Keep Us Safe

The trees surrounded the lamppost. They protected it from knowing it had been left behind.

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