The Copper Onion photo sessions

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 theĀ 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 theContinue reading “The Copper Onion photo sessions”

Forage photo session

Back in December, I talked to an editor at LA Times about putting together a feature on the dining scene in Salt Lake City. She gave me the go ahead but specified that I had to work on spec (i.e., do it without a guarantee of being published). Fair enough, I thought. I conducted halfContinue reading “Forage photo session”

Courtesan au chocolate from The Grand Budapest Hotel

In conjunction with the release of Wes Anderson’s new film “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Salt Lake City bakery Les Madeleines was commissioned to create the movie’s signature pastry, the Courtesan au chocolat. It’s a puff pastry tower filled with chocolate and pistachio cream. I got to shoot some photos for the promo.

Grand Central Market | DTLA

Grand Central Market in Downtown Los Angeles, which has been in continuous operation since 1917, has changed a lot over the decades. Vendors and purveyors have come and gone as storefronts evolved along with the neighborhood’s population. In recent years, DTLA has seen a renaissance with a refreshing infusion of new art galleries, coffee shops,Continue reading “Grand Central Market | DTLA”

Winter wonderland

The Downtown Farmers Market, which started in 1992, has become a summertime staple in Salt Lake City. The open-air market draws tens of thousands of people to Pioneer Park each week between the months of June and October. Its popularity pushed organizers to spawn pop-up style markets last winter. This winter, the farmers market foundContinue reading “Winter wonderland”