A couple of months ago, I posted a photo of an interior shot of Handle in Park City, Utah, which was featured in Utah Style & Design. But I think some of the food pics and portraits that I shot turned out pretty well, too.Continue reading “Leftovers | Handle”
I don’t shoot many landscapes but this has got to be one of my favorite photos that I’ve ever taken, mostly because of the sentimental value.Continue reading “A fond farewell to a friend”
One of my photos of Handle in Park City, Utah is featured in the winter issue of Utah Style and Design. I’m hoping to make this a regular feature in the magazine where I capture interesting, well designed restaurant interiors. The photo above is the full frame picture how I shot it. Below is the cropped version and how it appears in print.
My career took a few unexpected turns in 2014. I moved from newspapers to magazines, my photography started garnering more attention than my writing and I had photos featured in three different national publications including, AFAR Magazine, Eater.com and Wine Enthusiast.
Locally, here in Salt Lake City, I got to be part of the launch of a new food-centric magazine called Devour Utah. I put together a feature about the rise of the SLC food scene. I wrote the story, shot all the pictures, and one of those photos made the cover.
I jokingly bragged to a few close friends using a basketball analogy and called my achievement a “journalistic triple-double.”
I decided to add a page dedicated to some of my interior shots to the photography section on my site. I’ve had the opportunity to visit a lot of interesting, well-designed spaces. This is just a small selection of some of the pictures I’ve taken along the way.
I photographed a dinner event at Eva’s Bakery for Salt Lake Magazine a couple of weeks ago. You can find that story here. Here are some of the outtakes from that photo shoot.Continue reading “Leftovers | Eva’s Bakery dinner session”
I met Scott Evans for coffee one day last winter and it turned into an impromptu interview. We were talking about my upcoming projects and when told I was going to write a story about Salt Lake dining, I realized that he would definitely need to be included.
Evans currently runs two successful restaurants with completely different concepts and he has more on the way. Pago is his take on casual fine-dining and Finca is his tapas joint. I decided to tackle photographing both of his restaurants in the same afternoon.
The sessions went well and one of my photos was later picked up by Wine Enthusiast Magazine for a piece where they named Salt Lake City one of the five best up-and-coming food cities in America.
Thanks, Utah Stories Magazine, for naming my website one of the best in Utah!
The Utah Review published a pictorial I did about Publik Coffee a few weeks ago. Here’s another look at the place with some alternates from that photo shoot.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I worked on a story where I tried to trace the people and restaurants that are responsible for shaping the Salt Lake City dining scene the way it is today. No such story would be complete without Ryan Lowder and The Copper Onion.
Lowder spent a stint at the three-star Michelin-rated Jean-George in New York City. But when it was time to open up a place of his own in his hometown, Lowder went in a different direction from fine dining. He wanted something more accessible.
The Copper Onion is an American brasserie with simple, down-home dishes that are expertly executed with impeccable ingredients. This approach has made The Copper Onion arguably the most popular restaurant in Salt Lake.
I tackled this shoot in two separate sessions. Food and portraits were shot in the middle of the afternoon, right after the lunch rush. I returned in the evening hours to experience and capture the craziness during dinner time.
Here’s a selection of pictures from that shoot.