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EDITORIAL – SAVEUR  [ SPRING 2019 , ISSUE NO 197]  | BELLS OF THE BALL | FRIBOURG, SWITZERLAND

Bells of the Ball. Written By Adam Centermore. In western Switzerland, traditionally crafted bells help dairy farmers distinguished prized cows.  CLICK TO FULL STORY.

EDITORIAL – SAVEUR  [ SPRING 2019 , ISSUE NO 197]  | OUTTAKE

Hammer Time. Story By Christina Holmes. In a small building on the most unassuming traffic filled thoroughfare turned highway, just outside the he depths in the historical city of Fribourg you will find Stéphane and his son hammering on of their handmade cowbells.  CLICK TO FULL STORY.

EDITORIAL – SAVEUR  [ SPRING 2019 , ISSUE NO 197]  | FOR LOVE OF SESAME AND SPICE | DETROIT, MICHIGAN

For Love of Sesame and Spice. Written By Stacy Adimando. An algerian baker celebrates her home country at her Detroit Patisserie. Warda Bouguettaya is bringing a taste of her world travels to Detroit Michigan. CLICK TO FULL STORY.

RESIDENCE – CASAS NA TERRA 2018 WORKS | RELEASED 2019 | A STUDY IN LIGHT | CATUÇABA, BRAZIL

A Study In Light. Written By Christina Holmes. CLICK TO FULL PROJECT. OR SEE IT LARGE FORMAT HERE.
I see the light emerge as an energy that infiltrates my every move. As the breeze takes shape the clouds hang low and heavy. The reflection of my journey my moments deep in the land are seen on the edge of the pond as I walk near and the storm rolls towards. I lie for a moment in the grass. Standing, I see the floor beneath me glisten as the sun hits sharply to the wet red rock. When walking I see the lush green of the fruitile rich soil be bountiful and forgiving with much nature amongst. I touch the liquid gold as I then taste the gift of the bees from the pollen of the trees they have shared . I reflect. I stand. I look. I walk. I breathe. I heal. I listen. I know there is more to this world after being within this present moment.

NEWSPRINT – NEW YORK TIMES | 11-2018 | THE FIRST THANKSGIVING | QUEENS, NEW YORK

The First Thanksgiving. Recently arrived refugees in the United States prepare to cook the most American of feasts. Written By Julia Moskin. CLICK TO FULL STORY.

EDITORIAL – SAVEUR  [ 11-2018 VOLUME 3 , ISSUE NO 195]  | HEARTS OF CORN | PEUBLA, MEXICO

Hearts of Corn. Written By Kate Hill. When the Tsotsil Maya people of southern Mexico’s cloud forests migrate to the city to work, they bring their food traditions with them. CLICK TO FULL STORY.

EDITORIAL – SAVEUR  [ 08-2018 VOLUME 2 , ISSUE NO 194]  | THE SISTERS OF FONTERENZA | FONTERENZA, ITALY

The Sisters of Fonterenza. Written By Danielle Pergament. In the storied hills of Montalcino, Italian twins make wine the old way – surrounded by family and guided by the phases of the moon.  CLICK TO FULL STORY.

EDITORIAL – SAVEUR  [ 08-2018 VOLUME 2 , ISSUE NO 194]  | STRANGE MAGIC | MADERIA, PORTUGAL

Strange Magic. Written By Megan Kirgbaum. A speck in the Atlantic, Maderia is a roller coaster of rugged cliffs, microclimates, and mind-boggling wines.  CLICK TO FULL STORY.

EDITORIAL – SAVEUR  [ 08-2018 VOLUME 2 , ISSUE NO 194]  | OUTTAKE

An Unpredictable Isle: A Dispatch from stormy Maderia. Story By Christina Holmes.  CLICK TO FULL STORY.

The gray sideways rain began the afternoon we finally arrived in Madeira and didn’t let up for the week. Writer Megan Krigbaum and I were shooting and researching on the Portuguese island, which locals swear is one of the sunniest and loveliest places to be year-round. Our flight had been delayed by a day. Our boat rides were canceled. Optimist that I am, the early weather didn’t faze me. A brief pause in the torrents on the third day prompted us to journey to the east side of the island, the one allegedly least affected by the coastal storm. Midway through our drive, as we neared some explosive waves crashing off the north side of the island, the weather got even worse. What we thought would be a quick stop for safety became an hour of waiting out a microstorm of wind and hail arriving in sheets off the coast. But then the sun peeked through for the first time—­nothing short of a five-­minute gift from the gods—and that was just enough to fuel the adventure onward.

EDITORIAL – AFAR  [ 08-2018 ]  | WOOLRICH : BLANKET STATEMENT | WOOLRICH, PENNSYLVANIA

Blanket Statement. Written By Rene Chun. America’s oldest woolen mill starts a new chapter. CLICK TO FULL STORY.