“Making videos are so hard. I want to save memories of my kids and family on video, but I can’t do it”.
“I don’t have the money to invest in expensive camera and editing equipment to make videos. “
“I wish I was more technical and more creative to make good videos”.
“There’s only one of me. It’s too hard for me.”
These are just a few of the comments in the many conversations I’ve had with attendees after our video presentations at conferences. To » Read the full story →
To be able to work with people who love what they do is why we always feel so lucky to be doing what we do. Being able to photograph and film someone immersed in their work is truly inspiring. Chef Charles Phan is the perfect example of dedication, passion and love of one’s craft. So when Ten Speed Press asked us to travel to San Francisco to film the video promo for Charles’s latest cookbook, Vietnamese Home Cooking, we were especially excited to accept the » Read the full story →
Some dishes don’t require a written recipe. Many home cooks we know grew up cooking without the guidance of the written word. Their kitchen lessons and “recipes” were passed down from generation to generation by watching, touching, tasting, testing and cooking from the heart.
Do you know of anyone who cooks like this? We know of many home cooks who have prepared food for us and these were some of the most wonderful meals that we have ever eaten. These dishes were made with so » Read the full story →
** At the request of those who have seen it, we’re finally sharing this private poached egg video we produced back in December 2011. We’ve only shared it at our Cuba photo night event, KitchenAid Luncheon and Food Blog Forum Orlando. Hope you enjoy it!
It’s the little details in life that always fascinate us. We often just sit and witness the small life moments that happen both in and out of our kitchen. It’s those little things that are so inspiring to us to » Read the full story →
This video is dedicated to you all, to each and every single person who has impacted our lives this year. Because of your friendship, our lives are richer in ways that we never, ever imagined.
2011 was tremendous for us. New friendships forged and fresh faces that we were finally able to meet at our workshops and conferences. To connect with those of you that we only knew online and to hear your stories strengthens our commitment to share, embrace and give back. Thank you » Read the full story →
Pizza is one of those foods that makes all adults and kids happy. But homemade pizza is one that can not only warm the home, but get everyone excited to start creating custom “pies”.
Last month we traveled to Minneapolis to shoot the promo video for Jeff Hertberg and Zoe Francois’s new book, Artisan Pizza and Flatbread in Five minutes a Day. Both Jeff and Zoe have best selling books out already that you might already have. If you don’t already have these books, then » Read the full story →
If you haven’t already heard the news, then hopefully this video will share it all. On Monday, our dear friend Jennifer Perillo’s husband died of a sudden heart attack. Jennie is a special force in the food community and is loved by many.
We had a gathering in our garden with friends Brooke, Jen, Gaby, Penny and Rene when we heard of the news. It was a shock to us all and were left speechless for a long moment of silence. Fortunately we were together » Read the full story →
Torn whether or not to write this post, the thoughts, words, and visions continue to cling and need an escape. And in a way, I don’t want to ever forget. It began a little over three weeks ago…
Leading into Easter Sunday, professionally, life had never been better for us. We were shooting the beginning of the week for a great client, the end of the week heading down to San Diego to shoot 3 farms for Whole Foods, and had just booked »Read the full story →