Chicago Part 1

I went to Chicago back in the end of September, for a dear friend’s wedding, which was lovely. I was lucky enough to have one of my best friends from Seattle be attending the wedding as well. We got to stay in the part of Chicago which now is most known for its food, Logan’s Square, in a cute & eclectic airbnb.   We ate so well during the trip. As a food photographer I had to find out all the best places to eat and we sure did find them.  We went to Lula Cafe, Bang Bang Pie Shop, Longman & Eagle, The Bad Apple. We also went to the Art Institute which is to not be missed, and walked along Lake Shore Drive.  I go to the Art Institute almost every time I visit Chicago.  Since I have friends that live there, I have been there almost 10 times now. I vowed next time I go to the Art Institute I will start with the miniature houses section. 🙂 The museum is so big that usually I just go to the modern wing now which has been open a few years and to the current exhibit, and then I try desperately to keep looking around and before I know it time has run out.  I had a lovely time visiting with friends there and seeing two wonderful people get married. Next post will be wedding pictures.

In other news, I wrapped a few new Cidercraft shoots for their upcoming winter/spring issue, which should be coming out in the next few weeks.  I also finished up a few restaurant shoots, and am in talks for some more upcoming.  More to come on this.

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