Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Squid Ink Pasta & Mousse



After much thought, I have decided to move forward this semester with both food and lifestyle photography. I have lots to learn and am so excited!
Here is a little list of photographers I admire who already make their living doing this:

Alexandra Grablewski

Anna Williams

Con Poulos

Ericka McConnell

Mikkel Vang

Nicole Hill Gerulat

John Kernick


Trina said...

So did you eat the squid ink pasta? I had never heard of it until recently and Corey and I both hated it, but that might have been the way it was prepared.

Elissa Stewart said...

So you have to make all that you're going to photograph? You'll be like Julie and Julia, except different. And because you're my friend. Although I think it would be cool to be friends with Julia Childs, even if she has gone to the great kitchen beyond.

emily said...

Hey that squid pasta stuff actualy looks pretty good.

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