From The City of Fountains to the City of Lights…
Yesterday I guest blogged “Top Ten things about Kansas City” over on Oh Joy and tonight I’m heading off to Paris (*EEeeeeEeeEE*) to shoot the Breast Cancer Awareness cinemagraph you all voted for! Thank you so much for the voting support, I can’t wait to show you what we capture!
pssst- follow the french adventure along with me on instagram! FromMeToYouJamie
A creative young couple, a DIY renovation, a house filled with amazing thrift store gems, collectible furnishings, and a slew of handmade artwork makes me wish I had a house of my own…
Welcome to the home of designer Brian Everett & his architect wife Lori!
For a fantastic interview about their space, renovations, and artwork see their home feature on Design Sponge!
PS- if things look familiar it might be because you’ve seen Brian’s designs for sale at CB2, 2Modern, and Design Public!
See more of my At Home With series which usually takes place in much smaller spaces in NYC!
Midwest hero and creator of my favorite beer- Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat
John McDonald outside Boulevard Brewing Co. Kansas City
Keeping it old school at R Bar
24 Hours in KC
A local brew, a renowned paper, a place that has kept growing with the times… Kansas City might be in the middle of our country but the pride in it’s history, culture, arts, businesses, districts and morals is among the top. It’s simply… nice.
24 Hours in is a series where I capture an honest portrayal of a place through my experience and what I see within 24 hours shared in 24 frames. All images taken with my Hasselblad 500c and black & white Ilford HP5 film.
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Tucked away in a gas station in Kansas City, KS is Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ– named by Anthony Bourdain as one of the 13 places to eat before you die which is exactly what I want to do from happiness when I gobble the pulled pork sandwich in a dizzy frantic craze. This is the only time I’ve ever had the control to snap a few photos before the feasting began… but come on- how good does that look?!
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It’s letterpress at it’s very best~
While visiting First Friday Gallery Night in the Kansas City’s Crossroads Art District I came upon Hammerpress and was tickled to see a company that is using a bygone printing technique to make the most beautiful stationery, posters, artwork, business cards and design work. Everything you look at feels special in the same way a homemade pie is to store bought. The designs are personal, intricate, retro inspired, and completely unique. It’s the kind of card you hold on to and for me I enjoy to think about what the lead type letters wrote out decades before.
Too beautiful to not photograph.
The kitchen at Webster House, beauty.
Kansas City, Missouri