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Posts tagged Lori Eanes photography

I’m honored to be included in food photography art show opening this Friday October 2nd 4-9pm at 816 Folsom St that includes 20 top San Francisco food photographers. Chef and owner Peter Hemsley found me and picked some new work and old favorites for this show. The gallery is open to 10 people at a time, all the work is for sale and you can get a meal safely on their redwood planked terrace open Tues – Sat 5-9pm. Come see the show and have an amazing meal while your at it. Check out all the artist’s work here.

In August I did photography for Monster Pho’s new website. Check it out .Their food is fresh, delicious and very popular Vietnamese Street food and that’s not all. Since the pandemic Owner Tee Tran has been making 300-1000 meals a week for World Central Kitchen as well as giving away free Vietnamese coffee to health care workers and encouraging customers to donate PPE equipment by giving them 50% off their bill.
Come support this amazing business and get a really delicious meal too.

Last August I got sent to a ranch! Aspen Meadows Pack Station at Pinecrest has about 100 horses and they will take you out horseback riding, fishing, or to your backpack camp in Emigrant Wilderness. The ranch is family run and most of the cowboys and cowgirls have worked there for years. They’re the nicest people you’d hope to meet and visiting them is like stepping back in time. They eat together, bunk together and there’s no internet! So much fun and such a beautiful place; definitely book an adventure with them this summer.

I had to laugh when I saw this opener I shot for Carquinez Magazine’s garden section. Carquinez Magazine is new and it’s smart and funny; the gardening section is full of tips; humorous and helpful. The story that I photographed is about Rachel and Tom Ferguson. I met them a few years ago when they went an entire year without shopping at a big box grocery store, surviving only on their own homegrown food supplemented by the local farmers market. Now they have started selling their own vegetable starts and native plants grown specifically for the microclimate of Vallejo. They’ve become very popular. Check out Carquinez Magazine here and Grow A Pear Nursery here