Brie Cohen Photography was the perfect choice to capture our wedding moments. Brie’s photojournalistic style is fun and real – looking back at our wedding pictures helps us relive every wonderful moment of our big day. From the details to the emotions – Brie caught it all while still being the perfect mix of friendly, professional  and flexible (especially while dealing with a complete overhaul of our picnic-themed wedding due to rain!). Brie made herself available for walk-throughs and to discuss the details of our day whenever we needed her. It was great to have Brie around, capturing our big day. We give her our strongest recommendation!

 -Sarah and Dan Sheldon, married May 5, 2012


Brie Cohen worked for me at the Albert Lea Tribune and was dedicated to excellence. Whether it was covering soldiers returning from Kosovo or kids swimming at the pool, she cared about doing the best every time and never just winged it. She has this amazing ability to become invisible, which allows her to take the most outstanding candid photographs. She made me look good with her creative photos, magazine covers, page designs and web videos. We miss her at the Trib!

-Tim Engstrom, Managing Editor, the Albert Lea Tribune

I have had the pleasure of working with Brie Cohen while she was a Photojournalist at the Albert Lea Tribune. Gratification is the word that swiftly comes to mind when I think about Brie. I feel very lucky to have worked with such a great artist at the start of what I know will be an amazing career. Brie made everyone around her better with her attitude and dedication to her art.

Brie is a very bright, organized, and critical thinker that is motivated and personable. Her dedication to her passion is second to none and she will always put the good of the whole ahead of her own personal goals and accomplishments.
Brie is a person that I would have no problem calling either a colleague or a co-worker in the world of media. Brie is fair, balanced, and is exactly the kind of person that new media needs to take us into our next generation.

-Scott Schmeltzer, Publisher, the Albert Lea Tribune