The Bellingham food scene has changed forever with the awesome addition of this new set of restaurants in town all focused on healthy, fresh eating made easy! M!X can be found downtown on Holly Street as well as in their newest location- Barkley Village! Their bowls of broths and salads feature globally inspired flavors and seasonal ingredients. Their meals are affordable, fast and ABUNDANT! The size of these dishes are a great bang for your buck and who doesn’t want to try to eat healthier these days? Stop in and check out their completely fabulous locations and friendly staff!
Ever wondered how some people get those morning flapjacks so fluffy and perfectly cooked? I remember YEARS of making pancakes that were too runny and burnt, too thick and raw in the middle… you all know how it goes (right!?). Well, I was determined to find the secret to this madness. Turns out, it’s seriously easy. Just swap milk with greek yogurt!!! It worked like a charm for me ;) Check out some fun styling below and happy flap-jacking!
Antler Baking Co is located right inside the downtown location of Woods Coffee on Prospect street in the very cool Flatiron building! This girl has a whole corner to herself to show off her beautiful baked goods. During this session we focused on a few key menu items: chocolate chip cookie sandwiches with espresso marscapone and old Buskers liquor, fresh lemon cake with rhubarb puree and layered with strawberries and marscapone frosting, plus my personal favorite- the dark chocolate cake with earl grey chiffon and sea salt caramel. I mean HOLY SMOKES. It was so fun to really hone in on the different textures of each of these treats and we were able to do everything studio-style onsite at her lovely storefront! It didn’t take much to make these desserts even more tempting!
If you’re interested in a session like this- reach out! I would love to show off your delicious foods, too.
For months I had been brainstorming ways to photograph some kids in their element of play doing something they already loved to do that involved a series of props. When Leah reached out to me about the Donut Shop that was frequently played in their house- I knew this was the perfect opportunity. These sweet cousins were so excited to play Donut Shop and had no idea that REAL donuts were awaiting them once we'd spent some time getting comfortable together and playing with the set of play donuts they are used to using. They sold donuts to each other, played and stacked and pretended to eat... and then we busted out the goods. Some of my favorite shots from this session are right at the end- faces full of sugar-y goodness and cheers over a table full of their favorite treats.
Do your kids play something together on a regular basis that would be fun to capture? Send me a message and let's savor those sweet memories of play together.