Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Our original intention was to photograph all the buddy chefs with the apron and chef's hat. But sometimes conformity must be thrown out the window or even looked through another way. Restaurant Eve an elegant contemporary restaurant nestled in an Old Town Alexandria townhouse provided several fun challenges. The kitchen was too full of activity for us to interrupt their dinner preparations and the servers were having their nightly meeting in the main dining area. So we chose a secluded area in the second dining room. Then when Buddy Chef Natalie Mills entered with grace and style we knew we were doing the right thing. Her formal dress was perfectly suited to meet Chef Cathal Armstrong. The two of them enjoyed a refined yet casual conversation about their dessert plans for the Life is Sweet event.
Laurence L. Levin Photographer & Educator Washington, DC & USA An experienced documentary event photographer. Providing images that help to brand your event, organization, participants and your people. Working with corporate, associations, charities, NGOs, film productions & friends, creating memorable pictures. email larrylevin @larrymail.net