A fusion of food, travel and photography.

Archive for March, 2011

Navy Pier

Part of my job is to look at an every day object—be it a building, living room, or in this case, a Ferris Wheel—and “see” that object from a Point Of View that I think will make it interesting to the viewer.

It has to be said: Chicago is a city of amazing food.

Ferris Wheel at Navy Pier

After waiting in line and indulging in gourmet dogs at Hot Doug’s, I headed back downtown and to the Navy Pier. The Ferris Wheel on the Pier took on what I thought (more…)



As you know, I’ve decided to pursue my loves in life with vigor—photography, travel and cuisine—and share them with you along the way.

Since this is a venture that’s both personal and professional for me, it only seemed appropriate that I should embark on this journey with a new mark to represent what I do. (more…)


Not long ago, I was debating whether or not to begin this blog at all—and what on Earth I would even write about. I was telling a friend about a recent trip to Charleston, passionately describing the amazing food I enjoyed there, and it went something like this:

Ever had a Crab Cake on an English Muffin with a Poached Egg on top, covered in Hollandaise Sauce? When you order it, they send you into overdrive with not one, but two of these delightful creations, accompanied by Pommes Frites and a Mimosa (FOR BREAKFAST)! This is a meal that can only inspire a spectacular day. After that, I went about exploring my favorite spots, looking for new perspectives to capture…

As I told my little tale, my friend began to salivate. I’d made her terribly hungry. Days later, she confessed that the hunger had not yet subsided. She was desperate to see pictures from the day—the food I ate, (more…)