Russian Winter

I had always heard the winter in Russia was the best.  People would be so curious as to why I was in Russia during the summer because winter was so much better and so much more real.  I had hoped that one day I would return to Russia for the famous winter, but never thought […]

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Field Trip

Dearest everyone.  Sorry I’ve been MIA for a little while.  I’m off to embark on a mini-adventure and in order to prepare for that, I needed to disappear for a few days from the blogging world to get ready for this trip.  However, soon I will be back and in action and in a new temporary location. […]

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Sunday Brunch

Sundays are my favorite.  My restaurant is closed, most of Utah is closed in fact, resulting in leaving me to sit at home and work on things here that I have been meaning to do all week.  The best part of the productivity (or oftentimes, lack of) is the brunch that happens to kick off […]

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Mustache Season

Christmas is still happening in my world.  Not the music, the decorations, or anything like that.  Just the gift giving.  Making up for not exchanging gifts with friends and roommates a a month ago, I feel like Christmas is still discussed daily.  And for that reason, I don’t feel bad posting photos of the best […]

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New Winter Items From the Folks Over at Station 22

Station 22 Cafe rolled out with yet another seasonal menu of delicious, mouth watering sandwiches for this season.  One show stopper is that beefalo burger.  If it’s been a while since you’ve been over to 22 W. Center Street in Provo, I highly recommend making your way over for lunch or dinner sometime soon for some great […]

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Chicken Noodle Soup (involving an entire chicken)

A little while ago, my roommate and I both came down with being sick enough to have a sick day.  We spent the day lying around and cooking, because nothing makes you feel better like a home cooked meal.  We made a fantastic chicken noodle soup involving an entire chicken, sitting right in the pot […]

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Cheese Squared

About a month ago, I photographed for an up an coming company called “Cheese Squared”.  They’re a little start up out of BYU, winning a contest for the best new product to hit the dairy industry last summer and launching their product.  Cheese Squared is essentially just what it is named after: a square block […]

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Acorn Squash and Apple Soup

Acorn Squash and Apple Soup adapted from Saveur Ingredients: 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 large yellow onion, finely chopped 1 teaspoon ginger 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon ground turmeric 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon cardamon 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves 2 acorn squash, peeled cut into chunks that your blender can handle 2 Granny Smith […]

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Small Towns Project

I am currently working on finishing up my BFA project so I can finally get that diploma of mine.  For my project, I’ll be finishing up a series I begun about two years ago, photographing towns in Utah with populations of about 800 people or less.  Rough scans, but I thought I would show a […]

JW Marriott Hotel, San Antonio, Texas

Image taken at the JW Marriott Hotel in San Antonio while scouting a location for family portraits.  Oh, was this location beautiful.  I would photograph there again any day.  Plenty of good spots, and indoors, so we don’t have to worry about the terrible Texas heat or frequent rains.  And did I mention it was […]

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