Since I started working with the amazing folks at Feast Magazine this August, I have yet to encounter an assignment that isn’t both a challenge and a total blast to shoot. This was no exception, but not for the reasons you might think.
I mean, if you are a wine enthusiast looking for a cozy, dimly-lit joint in which to enjoy a phenomenal range of wines served by a talented, knowledgeable staff then it’s perfect. But if you are a photographer on the move trying to shoot a fast-moving crew of three chefs working in a makeshift kitchen, it’s flat-out DARK.
My first assignments for Feast were part of their ‘Feast 50’ issue and included shots of an Illinois Farm Stand, margaritas (and the man that makes them) at a hip tapas joint, and more.
I can only imagine the onslaught of disappointed visitors that the title of this post is going to attract, but I strive for accuracy in my reporting and when you see the photos below it will all make sense. My apologies to the one-handed web surfers. Yesterday I had the pleasure honor of accompanying Kelly [Continue Reading…]