The beautiful surface I shot on is made from reclaimed wood provided by Sawkill Lumber.
I photographed this blueberry frangipane tart today. It was delicious as well as being pretty. The beautiful surface I shot on is made from reclaimed wood provided by Sawkill Lumber.
As most of you know Hurricane Maria recently devastated the island of Puerto Rico. The events have been difficult to watch from NYC, as Puerto Rico holds a special place in my heart. My husband is from Puerto Rico and we visit often. We have many friends and loved ones there who are grieving the destruction of their home and struggling to survive without power, fresh water, and food. My co-creator of the Fresh Faces Series, Zahydé Pietri, grew up in Puerto Rico and we have decided to donate 5 Fresh Faces prints for auction this Saturday at AbrazARTE: a Benefit for Puerto Rico. There will be other art from other artists so if you are interested in art or just in raising money for Puerto Rico please come.
These are the 5 faces to be auctioned off:
Check out the fabulous jewelry designed by the talented Jessica Decarlo that I photographed recently.
Four of the Fresh Faces, my series that I did with sculpture Zahydé Pietri, are currently on LOQI bags. It’s been great to partner with LOQI as their bags are reusable and eco friendly. Check them out!
In case you have never met Horace, Lola, Gilbert and Zelda, here they are.
Here are some photos from my shoot at Food52 which shows the process for making Marinated Cheese. It was a pleasure to shoot for Food52 and to work with their talented stylist Sarah Jampel.
View the story here: https://food52.com/blog/20141-how-to-make-marinated-cheese