My husband and I have been working on a cheesecake that is gluten and sugar free. This is the latest iteration. I must say the photo is not best beauty image…. but it was the last piece and I really wanted to photographic it quickly cause I was jonesing for another piece! SO much for my career as a food photographer to patiently wait for a stylist 🙂
Structure AWESOME ( well still working on the crust)
Recipe still going through refining. I am not a cheese cake junkie but this is really changing my thoughts. I have gotten down to 1/2 goat dairy product 1/2 cow dairy…. and working to change that too. For now it is totally gluten and sugar free !!! And no Splenda like they use at cheese cake factory.
I am due for another try on this and being that my husband and father in law love cheesecake…. to be continued. Did I say guilt free 🙂 I think you would have to be a serious sugarholic to think it was not sweet enough!
“Emergent ” for INFLUX Cycle 6 has been installed since early April 2016 . Wow time flies. I am so happy to say I was chosen this by the Scottsdale Public Art to be one of 3 artists to create art to cover the exterior of 3- 5×8 Ft windows in the gallery district of Scottsdale AZ. If you are in the area anytime until end of March 2017,you can find it inside the courtyard at Marshall Square ( 7077 E Main St ) on the west side of the Expressions Gallery.
The Influx Bike tour and Influx Bus tour were great opportunities for the artists to talk to folks about their work . I promised folks I would write up some tech notes for the pixel peepers and consistent to how I do things… poof…. I got caught up in other things . Not great marketing,and so much for priorities.
I would like to share some back ground story on the piece. When I applied I was asked to submit 5 images of work, along with a BRIEF reason why I would be good for this project and my bio. What was wild is that when you apply you have NO idea what city or property or project you are applying for! I had no idea when I applied I would be asked to produce a photo this large, or that it would be displayed outdoors in an area where the viewer could go nose to image that large. Add to that the piece was to be on display for 9 months in Scottsdale AZ,through the summer heat and sun! I was not looking for billboard quality printing here. I wanted people to feel they could walk up and see the detailed resolution. Artisan Colour was spot on with helping me make this happen with their quality output . You can read more about some technical aspects of the project at a blog at their site: