Category Archives: photography

Faculty Department // Justin Chung

Through his work, Brooklyn-based photographer Justin Chung seeks to convey the “realness” of moments. His photos, with an eye for the quotidian, feel a bit like personal snapshots, drawing you in and forging a connection to the subject at hand. A month-long assignment in Paris spent photographing artists and entrepreneurs brought about Chung’s first book, […]

Photo Favorites: January 2015

January rolls on, and though many of my favorite photos from the last month are of Christmas (can Christmas be only three weeks ago?) I think we all can agree that holiday photos feel a bit tired at the moment. No, what we need/crave is lots of citrus, wide open spaces, and calm mixed with […]

Giving Thanks

It’s Thanksgiving morning in London, and though it still seems odd that it’s simply “Thursday” in my world, the omnipresent sounds of construction are here to remind me. We’re about half-way through our London experience (if everything goes according to plan), and I feel like we’ve finally settled into a rhythm, though that rhythm certainly […]

Photo Faves: April 2014

As improbable as it seems for May to be here, I’m equally excited for summer (whatever summer in England means) as well as freaked out by the fact that we’re moving house in just over two months. After living in one place for almost 14 years, to be packing up after one year is a […]

Week Eighteen: Two Fantastic French-inspired Cookbooks You Need Now

I like cookbooks that inspire me visually — sort of an elegant melding of a coffee-table book and cookbook. These two new-releases fit that mold and are quite simply, perfection. Buvette: The Pleasure of Good Food (Grand Central Publishing, $30) Buvette is the restaurant I visit without fail whenever I’m in New York. The space […]