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Artist’s Cut: December 2012 Elle Magazine

Elle Magazine wrote up a lovely feature on me, working with Kevin, and our studio in the December issue! As you can see above I’ve been carrying it around with me as a party favor… that’s a joke. Only Kevin’s parents do that.

above, walking to our studio wearing Trina Turk Ali Wrap coat and Trina Turk Winters Shift dress, Furla Mediterranea bag for SAKS, David Yurman Chevron, Havana sunglasses, Tiffany & Co. pearls, Hanes Bootliner tights, and Rachel Roy Delia boots

Catherine Straut from Elle came to the studio for the interview and I thought she was so pretty I made her sit for me while she asked me questions! I know I was making it hard for her to do her job but taking pictures is so much more fun than talking for me.

Below, the featured image from our photo shoot at Ann Street Studio! Kevin and I shot this in the middle of NYFW. The dress is Viktor and Rolf, but did you know?… you can also rent it.

Check it out in the December issue or read all about it online!

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24 Hours in NYC

When Wolfram Magazine asked me to do a photo essay on New York City I knew I didn’t want to shoot the iconic (and touristy) places being that’s just really not a part of my day living and working. I approached the project with an honesty of what it’s like visually as a New Yorker interacting with this amazing city and decided my essay would be based on 24 hours in NYC in 24 frames.

*All images were shot on Ilford Film with my Hasselblad 500C

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A Warm Winter Meal

Light the candles, get out the lace. Enjoy this beautiful simple meal that will warm you on the inside out.

Styling and Art Direction by Jessica Soga. Food Styling & recipe by Molly Shuster. Dipped silverware and homemade placemats and napkins from the DIY article by Christy Pitre. Images and outtakes from our table top collaboration shot in Brooklyn this past Autumn for Working Class Magazine.

Cornbread

1 1/2 cups flour
1 cup polenta (yellow cornmeal)
1/2 cup sugar
1 1/4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt

3 eggs, beaten
1/2 cup canola oil
1/3 cup crème fraiche
1/3 cup whole milk

Preheat oven to 350. Grease and flour an 8×8 metal baking tin. In a large bowl, mix dry ingredients until thoroughly combined. In another bowl, mix wet ingredients. Add the wet mixture to the dry, stirring until combined. Pour mixture into greased tin and place in preheated oven. Bake 35 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

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Dinner Party for the Holidays

Seared scallops with lemon butter sauce, rye bread and a bottle of red wine on top vintage linens and good conversation.

Styling and Art Direction by Jessica Soga. Food Styling & recipe by Molly Shuster. Dipped antique salt & pepper and homemade napkins from the DIY article by Christy Pitre. Images and outtakes from our table top collaboration shot in Brooklyn this past Autumn for Working Class Magazine.

Seared Scallops with Lemon Butter Sauce (2 servings)

10 large scallops
canola oil
1/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
6 tablespoons butter (3/4 stick)
salt
pepper

Heat a medium sauté pan over medium high heat. When the pan is hot, add enough oil to just coat the bottom of the pan. Pat the scallops dry with a paper towel, then season with salt and pepper. In batches, place the scallops in the heated pan (they should immediately start to sizzle). Once they have a nice golden color, flip and cook the other side. Each side will take about 2 minutes, depending on the size of the scallop. Set scallops aside and reserve.

In the same sauté pan, make your sauce. First discard any extra oil from the sauté pan. Add the lemon juice and boil until it has reduced to about 1-2 tablespoons. Remove pan from the heat and add two pieces of the chilled butter, stirring to incorporate. Return the pan to the stove and cook over very low heat. Add the remaining butter one piece at a time, stirring to create a thick, creamy sauce. Season with salt and pepper.

To serve, evenly divide the sauce into two shallow bowls. Place the scallops on top of the warm sauce and serve immediately.



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