There are two things that have been constants throughout my life and those would be good food and cameras.
My mother and cooked meals pretty much every day growing up and I inherited her love of good food and travel.
On the photography front, my mother’s many brothers and sisters operated a large photography studio in their home country of Jamaica. Dozens of cameras and flashes would go off at any large gathering. I’ve had a variety of cameras growing up in Ohio, and I learned to develop film in middle school. I was very involved in publications in high school.
Fast forward to the present, after a number of years of pursuing non-photography projects,moving from Ohio to Pennsylvania and now Atlanta – I came back to the camera a few years ago and fell in love with it again. I’ve met so many wonderful people through friends that were bloggers and I decided to try my hand at it, and Savory Exposure was born in 2009.
I love to eat and hear stories about what went into producing the food that piles into our markets and fill our plates. As you can imagine, I also get a kick out of sharing it with others. I’m thrilled when I hear of a new favorite place from my blog and my posts on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and Foursquare.
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