Hooray! The summer issue of Manhattan Magazine is out in all its glory. I’m really excited for this issue… filled with my two favorite things—lovely homes and yummy food. How do you go wrong?
I had two really fun assignments for this issue; one, a multi-location story about a food crawl through the heart of Aggieville. All your favorite restaurants that you know and love about Manhattan, featuring a highlight from each. (Think sushi, lattés, raspberry chipotle bean dip, the most delicious sandwich you could stuff your face with, and pizza…) All I could think about when I photographed each location was om nom nom nom… I wish I could eat half the stuff!
The other story I photographed was a beautiful, historical home located near the Kansas State University campus. As you’ll read in the story, the home was originally on the outskirts of town at the time it was built in 1872. A couple, both instructors at KSU, have delicately transformed the home into a functional, modern abode while maintaining the home’s character and charm. The owners were a delight to work with and their pups curiously followed while we photographed elements of their beautiful space.