It is hard to believe that September is almost finished!
My cameras have seen quite a year, traveling all over California, to the midwest, to DC, to Oregon, back to DC, and back to the Bay Area for a summer filled with projects. I have begun the new master’s MPS program at the Culinary Institute of America to study branding and sustainability. It is so fun it just can’t be real! The first semester has brought great insight into developing brand value to have more competitive sustainability.
Check out my new “Fall Look Book“, which features many fun projects including:
- Pairing wine and food (Merlot is choice this month)
- Big beautiful burgers
- Styling food from a Thai food truck in D.C.
- Home brewed, rich coffees in morning light
- Rainbows of new props
- And many more!
I would like to thank my friend and stylist, Heather Geller for styling the burgers and ice cream. And Tez Marble gets kudos for the beautiful porcelain stone tiles. My carpenter, Steve Doe, made all of the custom-designed wooden boards, and I am most grateful for all of my wonderful clients who make my work so enjoyable.
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