Archive for the ‘CLIENT WORK’ Category
Guys. Guys. An awesome thing happened recently. Noble Sandwiches opened up a more central location in Austin! For those of you who hated driving up to basically Cedar Park (like me), they now have a location on Burnet close to 45th street. Yay! Much easier to get to for a South Austinite like myself. Cedar Park people, don’t fear though, their 620 location is still there and going strong!
I did head to their 620 location last October to shoot some photos of their new menu. And how mouth-watering it is. Now that the central location is open, I must go for lunch (or breakfast) so soon. As in next week. Or this week.
One of the fun things about taking photos is finding out later where they ended up. Photos I shot over 5 years ago (like the one below during the Austin Ice Cream Festival) wind up showing up on recent slideshows. Here’s a roundup of a few places I’ve seen my photos lately…
It’s Tuesday.. which means you should probably start thinking about going and having some oysters at Foreign and Domestic tonight. Definitely one of the best deals in town and one I don’t take advantage of nearly enough.
To give you a (visual) taste, here are a few photos I shot for them of the deliciousness:
Hello! I wanted to share these photos I took for a recent issue of Citygram.
Added bonus.. I also got to eat all of these and they were delicious! Recipes from local restaurants including Easy Tiger, Foreign & Domestic (Ned made this crown roast pork!), Epicerie and more!
Earlier this year I did a shoot for Citygram over at Contigo. Luckily, this was one of those shoots where we got to eat everything we photographed! And everything was so delicious. Here are some photos from the shoot!
Earlier this year, I popped over to Foreign & Domestic to shoot some behind the scenes photos for them of prep work in the kitchen. They have an open kitchen anyways, so it was fun to hang around by the counter and watch the chefs work their magic. I love that time in a restaurant before there are any diners in, and there is the hustle of getting everything done before opening time. It also reminds me of how much time and care goes into each dish. Those babies aren’t thrown together, it takes a lot of melding of flavors, and getting everything just right.
Here are a few photos, you can see more on their website!