No less than my beautiful friend and photographer Leela Cyd.
I have admired Leela’s work for a long time and we will be finally be working together as a team. A day spent talking about how we both work. Leela focusing on photography and me supporting her with styling.
One thing I noticed when I moved to the US nearly fifteen years ago is that Americans love their snacks. Don’t get me wrong, I do too and I am a big snacker. I eat between meals constantly. An apple, some mashed up avocado, a piece of chocolate… You should see my bag.
But American, you love your dipping sauces and casseroles no? Admit it. Yes?
Not the blizzard, blankets-of-snow kind of winter, but in a very Pacific Northwest way. Drizzle, fog and grey skies. There is ths ghostly beauty to them. Very moody – inducing lots of soup-making and coffee drinking.
Hygge, as they say in Denmark.
I wanted to also let you know that we will be hosting a winter cooking class in the studio January 26th, followed by dinner. Time to gather around the kitchen with me for some gluten-free cooking and we will sit down to a beautifully styled table by my dear friend and stylist Jenn Eliott-Blake. Her work is amazing.
Please see the menu below, which includes of course, this candied-apple île flottante as the dessert.