I am very excited to announce that the latest issue of my personal project, The Insatiable Lens has been published! This issue turned out to be more than a year in the making, but it was well worth the wait. In this issue I explore one of the best kept secrets in the St. Louis food community: The Rogue Underground Dining Society. For the past six years, the Rogue Chefs have been hosting secretive pop-up dinners all over St. Louis, in venues that include train stations, vet clinics, Gothic Churches and funeral homes, just to mention a few. These invite only dinners feature interesting and innovative food ideas that are able to exist on the fringes without being restricted by petty nuisances like owning a restaurant or applying for a liquor license.
At the end of each year I put together a larger-than-normal promotional mailing, mainly targeted at the clients that I have worked with over the past year. And while this is definitely a form of self-promotion for my business, I also see it as a thank-you to all the fantastic clients that I have had the opportunity to work with. I couldn’t make it as a professional photographer without these fine people putting their trust in me and my skills, and I am very grateful to all of them. Every day I work very hard to live up to the high creative and professional bar that my clients set for me. Seriously, a big thank you to everyone.