The past few months have been a whirlwind of life and work. From shooting for magazines and commercial clients, shooting a cookbook and traveling to Scotland, for all the terrible, terrible things that has happened this year I can't say 2016 has been terrible for me. Updating my site and blog, however, seems to always find itself on the back burner. Maybe I've found my New Year's resolution? That and taking a mental break from news and politics. Oy.
One of my favorite regular commercial clients is Brazi Bites. If you're not familiar with them, I suggest popping over to your local grocery store's freezer section and picking up a sack of these bite-sized Brazilian cheese breads. You'll probably hate me for suggesting that because I suspect you'll be on your way to Costco for their giant sized bag soon after baking off your first batch.
Brazi Bites shoots are wonderful because they're always a balanced collaboration between owner Junea Rocha - who always has a crystal clear vision of what she wants, the incredibly talented food and prop stylist Anne Parker, and myself. I hope these photos get you salivating, because that's the idea.