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Sri Lankan scallop curry & a food portrait

Cooking hasn’t been much of a priority these days.  Instead I’ve opted to geek out and reread my camera manual and watch hours upon hours of photography workshops on creativeLIVE (I know, total party animal right here).  If you’re interested in the business of photography or just photography in general I highly recommend you stop…

Patience & preserved lemons

Spring cleaning was in full effect at the flat.  While BF was busy cleaning the windows over the weekend – thereby wiping clean my lovely-ghettofab diffuser for natural light – I was hard at work clearing hard drive space of unwanted photos from the start of this year.  Then the sad reality hit me: it’s…

Photoshoot: paleo & gluten-free afternoon tea pop up

Over the weekend I did a shoot for Ceri Jones’ paleo & gluten-free afternoon tea pop up held at Cafe Crema in southeast London.  Through her 1st pop up, Ceri demonstrated just how tasty paleo & gluten-free treats can be and donated the proceeds to benefit a charity close to her heart, Mick Knighton Mesothelioma…

SousVide Supreme: a succulent sirloin

Rather than prepare pb&j as an afternoon snack my sister and I, when we were just teenagers, would fire up a pan and cook up either cook up steak tips or sirloin.  I don’t recollect how we started our own strange trend but it’s a habit I haven’t completely shook off. A few weeks ago…

Scenes of Rome

If you were to ask me what I thought was most remarkable about Rome I’d have to say it’s a toss up between architecture and light.  More than once BF found himself walking alone only to realize I’ve stayed behind gawping at buildings and structures that have withstood the test of time.  With stunning architecture…

Rome: illuminated at night

As projects and meetings have piled up on me in the last few weeks, a last minute escape with BF was in order.  We spent four days treading the cobblestone streets of Rome, mesmorized by the Eternal City’s stunning architecture and taken by its historic sites.  My favorite part of the trip is the nightly…

Neither here nor there

This is supposed to be the week that this blog returns to business as usual after the calamity in Boston last week but then … I get hit with a stomach bug.  As I start feeling vaguely human again I’ll save the food posts for another day and instead share photos of something I find…

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