One part lifestyle, the other part food – this quick shoot for local favorite haunt Grange was all too fun. Not only is their food incredible (my favorite piece of salmon in town), but their gorgeous plating and interiors make this a place as fun to shoot, as it is to dine.
When The Kithcn reached out about shooting holiday mocktail recipes, I thought, “This could be fun.” I rounded up good friend and fellow foodie Morgan Daily to help me with a few and before we knew it, already delicious mocktails became cocktails. See the full post up on The Kitchn!
The last leg of our trip: Ostuni. By this time, we had seen most of Puglia and weren’t sure how “The White Town” would fare in comparison to the colorful seaside of Polignano a Mare or the unforgettable oasis between the walls of Borgo Egnazia. We figured the trip couldn’t get better…and we couldn’t have […]
It’s hard to write about a place you’ve been so moved by. I came home not knowing how to talk about Borgo Egnazia – how do you tell people you’ve been to heaven and back? How do you even begin to describe a place that in just one week’s time, has come to mean so […]
I used to love camping. As a kid, my parents would pack up our Coleman tent trailer with a weekend’s worth of essentials including, but not limited to: a block of Tillamook, OG Triscuits, applewood smoked bacon, Power Bait, and the fixings for morning omelets + evening s’mores. They would grab a very excited me from […]
New to San Francisco’s Dogpatch Neighborhood: 815 Tennessee. This beautiful property is as stunning on the outside as it is from the street and the team of Geremia brought it to life with their flawless styling.
When we learned we’d be shooting a wedding in Albuquerque, we wasted no time in researching places to stay, things to do and what to eat during an extended 3 day trip to Santa Fe.
Everything about Seattle was charming; design-savvy restaurants, craft coffee shops on every corner, thoughtfully curated boutiques, vantage points abound and oyster bars aplenty. What made it even more charming, however, was our hotel.
I’m really, really digging this new wave of design-savvy, clean-lined, beautiful hotels. It makes being away from home/living out of a suitcase not only tolerable, but enjoyable. The fluffy robes don’t hurt, either (nor did the 190-degree Chemex full of Four Barrel Coffee and crisp New York Times waiting for me shortly after waking up). […]