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Feb 6, 2016

Loaded Nachos for NYTimes

Superbowl Sunday is beckoning for these loaded nachos (by Sam Sifton for the New York Times). And when they say loaded, they mean LOADED. A layer of chips is followed by a layer of ground beef, then jalapenos, lettuce, avocado and the cheeses. Repeat twice and bake just enough to melt the cheese. Finish it off with cherry tomatoes, radish slices, cilantro and dots of sour cream. These will make the perfect addition to your wings and beer, I promise. 

For the recipe click here

And for the full article go here


Feb 2, 2016

Fireside Cozyness

Just a little fireside cozyness and beautiful architecture for you to enjoy!

I photographed this lobby in The New York EDITION for Hearth Cabinet. 

CommentsCategories Interiors

Jan 29, 2016

Casserole Recipes for Taproot Mag!

There is no better time than the dead of winter to binge on casseroles, am I right!? Luckily, in the current issue of Taproot magazine, Ashley English whipped up these 3 different casserole recipes. There's the Sausage, Kale & Potato Casserole, the Shrimp & Grits Casserole and the Veggie Mac & Cheese Bake. I love all of Ashley's recipes and as always am honored to photograph them. I promise that these casseroles will keep you and your family warm and full on a drab winter night. 

For the full recipes, pick up the current issue of Taproot, SHELTER

CommentsCategories Savory

Jan 27, 2016

Second Cover for Naturally Magazine

Super excited to share with you all that I photographed the second cover for the current issue of Naturally, Danny Seo magazine. We photographed nine different juices on nine beautiful Wilsonart surfaces. Pick up a copy for all surface details and the recipes!


Jan 25, 2016

Roast Loin of Pork for NY Times

Now that winter is officially upon us here in NYC, thanks to the commencement by this weekend's blizzard, this roast loin of pork with caraway, lemon and garlic recipe is coming in very handy. I think we could all use a warming, hearty, flavorful meal after all that wind and snow!

Head on over to New York Times Cooking for the recipe.

CommentsCategories Savory