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Repertoire: Gjelina-Inspired Summer Crostini

Long before the Gjelina cookbook was written, I read an article in Food & Wine magazine where Chef Travis Lett shared a few recipes from the restaurant. I immediately ripped the pages out and tried to recreate some of the dishes I’d remembered eating there. One of my favorites was the “Grilled Apricot, Burrata and… Keep Reading

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Shine On: Ghimire Family

These are my friends, Mercie, Vivek and Harper. Last November, they drove out to Las Vegas to do another family session with me (their first shoot can be found here). We always have fun together and this time was no exception. I love all of the movement and laughter in the following images. It contrasts perfectly to… Keep Reading

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Modern Mixtape Vol. 19: Like Right Now

Hello, hello dear friends! I’ve had a few requests for an updated mix, so what the people ask for, the people should get. Right?! I made this compilation for all things Summer 2016 related; road trips, lying on the beach, maybe a casual get-together, or in my case — as something to listen to on a few Trans-Atlantic flights… Keep Reading

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The Untouchables Hair Design

Last month, I had the pleasure of shooting the lovely ladies at The Untouchables Hair Design. They are a modern, Las Vegas-based salon that specializes in Balayage, color correction, Hot Heads Extensions, and smoothing treatments. Last year, they were chosen by Elle Magazine as one of America’s Top 100 Salons. But perhaps even more impressive is the fact the salon… Keep Reading

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Crete: Balos Lagoon

Crete definitely takes the cake when it comes to unusual beaches! Prior to visiting Seitan Limania, one of our first stops on the island was the Balos Lagoon. I’d discovered it during my travel research and knew it wasn’t to be missed, despite reading a few off-putting comments regarding the drive, hike-in and the occasional… Keep Reading

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Positano: What dreams are made of

There’s a certain breed of people that are not Italian but feel as though the country is deep within their soul. I am one of those. I can’t really explain it other than I’ve had an intense connection to the place for as long as I can remember. It couldn’t be any further from my current… Keep Reading

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