Wonder Years at the Science Museum of Minnesota | Photos by Jesse Valley

I’m proud to announce the opening of the Wonder Years exhibition at the Science Museum of Minnesota. I was commissioned by the Science Museum to create 11 photographs for the permanent exhibit. Each photo is displayed on a three by twelve foot banner.

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Located in the Human Body Gallery, Wonder Years is about the science of early childhood development. My photography helps illustrate the exhibit—with photos of young children playing and interacting with family and friends. Taking photos like these is always an important part of my portrait sessions, because I strive to capture my subjects’ personalities and relationships. To learn more about the exhibition, click here.

I encourage everyone to visit the Science Museum. Since Wonder Years is a part of general admission, you can also see it if you buy tickets to any special exhibition, like the new King Tut exhibit.

To all the families who were willing to participate in this exhibition—thank you. I had a great time photographing you and your children.

If you would like to commission some portraits by Jesse Valley Photography, call 612-382-2867 or visit www.jessevalley.com for more information.

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