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I am now listed on wonderfulmachine.com. From their site: “Wonderful Machine is dedicated to providing commercial and editorial art buyers with quick and easy access to an eclectic mix of high-quality photographers across a broad range of specialties and locations.” It’s great to be listed amongst some of the best photographers in the world. Wonderful Machine is a great resource for art buyers and provides some fantastic services for photographers as well.
A few months ago I was asked to photograph Firecreek Restaurant’s Chef Carlo deMarco and his Steamed American White Ale Mussels for Draft Magazine. Now that the magazine has run I am able to share some photos with you all here. Enjoy!
This weekend I went to Winchester Va to photograph (and lend a hand a little) to Derek and Amanda at a Food Bank Drive. The market managed to collect a whole lot of canned goods and the Local Six Forty Seven food cart managed to raise a pretty nice amount of money. Hopefully it will make this winter and upcoming holiday season a little easier on some of the less fortunate.
Below are the photos.
I have been hearing about this wonderful, vegan, macrobiotic chef for a few years from my friend Julie. “You need to see this stuff…you need to taste this stuff….come over, cook, eat with us”, she would say. Well last week I finally met up with Marilyn Moser – Waxman of The Nourishing Well to photograph and eat some of her vegan fare. First, let me say this: if there had been animal free food that was this tasty and well executed I may very well have stayed a vegetarian. Second, allow me to say this: this food makes you feel GOOD. Third, I can not believe it took me this long to check it out. The tempe rueben sandwich you see here was very very good. Aside from the great food, Marilyn was a fantastic host and we had a blast. Enough of all that. Enjoy the pictures!
Yes. That is Vegan Pumpkin pie and yes, it was amazing.
Last week Jackie and I got together, she set the table and chose the props, I photographed the food. These are the results.
A few studies of food from this past weekend.
Romaine, Porterhouse and Blueberry Crisp
Local, fresh, friendly and fantastic. How is that for alliteration? Derek and Amanda are not only amazing people with an amazing concept they are fantastic hosts.
They run a farm to fork mobile kitchen focusing on local and sustainable food. Everything they serve on is compostable plates and they even use green cleaning products.
The Washington Post recently did a story on them which you can read here.
I travelled to Marshall Va last week to photograph them in their garden and mobile kitchen. Here are the results.
Sunday was grill day, after building my raised tomato beds I fired up the grill and made some baby ‘chokes and brilliant asparagus for photos and dinner.
These are the results:
An unlikely combination I know but here are two photos that I think are great. Done with two lights on white seamless and a 60mm Macro.
Photographing Legum Bistro in Pittsburgh was a long time coming but it was so worth the wait. Legume is one of the coolest down – to – earth eateries I have been to lately. It came well recommended by friends and it certainly exceeded my expectations.
Owned by husband and wife team Trevitt and Sarah it runs like an ideal small family restaurant, efficient and friendly with a focus on superb and honest food. I could go on and on about how you should eat there. Suffice to say…You need to eat there. Check out www.legumebistro.com