In the Kitchen at Voltaggio’s Range for Esquire

Range02Range01Tastiest assignment of the year.  I got to go to Bryan Voltaggio’s restaurant, Range, to shoot Esquire writer Chris Jones’ crash course in cooking.  He was a delightful Canadian who had never even cracked an egg.  It was a peculiar privilege to witness someone learn how to cook- especially when the teacher is a true master.  I documented the making of a crab cake sandwich.Voter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoVoter ID Pro BonoI’m not a food photographer, but I could TOTALLY get used to it.  I was nervous at first, but quickly realized shooting a food still life is just like shooting a portrait.  It’s all about evoking and capturing the personality of your subject.