I recently had some work grace the pages of 425 Magazine. I admittedly still rush to the store to see what these look like in print- every time. Turns me back into a kid in about five seconds. Back in school working for the Daily Evergreen I did the same thing, always grabbing the newspaper on my way to class.
After turning in some photos for a series, I never know how they will be used. It's fun to make some photos, send them to design professionals, pick up a tangible copy of it, and see how they chose to use it.
I'm always thankful for the people behind these photos, because they are the ones I credit with doing 99% of the work. They take pride in their professions and make beautiful food. I show up merely for one day with the goal of translating that to you in a photo.
If you can't make it to a store, (shame) then check out the online feature here:
Thanks for being here. Thanks for being you.