In the last couple of months, I've been writing and photographing some articles and posts for a few online and hard copy magazines, newspapers and clients. Two of the articles are for the newly re-launched, Edible DC magazine. Edible DC is a part of Edible Communities, an "editorially rich, community based, local food publications in distinct culinary regions throughout the United States and Canada" as so eloquently written on Edible Communities website.
I am super excited to be a contributor to this fantastic publication in the September issue. You will find my article on Bread Furst and photography on P. 7 of the second issue of Edible DC online and a hard copy found throughout DC and the suburbs. Go grab and enjoy your free copy distributed throughout DC proper.
The two projects for Edible DC were super fun to shoot and write about. It was a nice change of pace for me to go on location and photograph incredible subject matters and phenomenal people as well. One of the subjects was a neighborhood bakery, Bread Furst, that just opened a few months back, in Northwest DC.
As you all probably know by now, I am an avid baker, and crawl through every bakery imaginable up and down the East Coast. It's nice that now we don't have to drive to NYC for a decent European-style bakery as we have a high caliber one in our own backyard.