Photographs

Photography has been a principle pre-occupation of mine since 1998. I grew up in a photographic household—darkroom in the basement, various classic cameras strewn around the house, but it didn’t really take a hold of me until I lived on my own. A friend handed me an Argus C3 as she cleaned out her apartment … Continue reading Photographs

Pick a Process, Doesn’t Matter Which, It’s a Metaphor: (How to Make Fresh Pasta)

There are many ways to screw up your noodles. My first dozen attempts were unsuccessful for the simple reason that I refused to believe that the recipe really meant that should I knead the dough for ten minutes. I didn’t respect the process. Turns out that I’m bound by the rules of food science and … Continue reading Pick a Process, Doesn’t Matter Which, It’s a Metaphor: (How to Make Fresh Pasta)