Twisted Timber is blocks away from Nick’s parents’ house. Though I’ve never been there for dinner, I have stopped in for several great lattes.
The barista & entire crew are always super friendly. It is only a matter of time before I stop off for some shuffleboard, brew & hand-crafted food…
Read Amy Atkins’ review. Read Nathaniel Hoffman’s review.
Jerry’s is a spacious diner on Fairview Ave. Their pie ala mode looked awesome…
Check out the reviews by Rachael Daigle and Nathaniel Hoffman.
Pix Theater in Nampa is currently being restored. It has a long way to go, but eventually it will return as a highlight & landmark of Nampa’s downtown.
Earlier this month White Pine Boutique put on a small fundraiser at Flying M Coffee Garage to raise money for the restoration of the Pix. Four local photographers put together 6 photograph series with no rules or expectations, except that they must feature an organic white t shirt from the White Pine.
Below is my series. Gigantic thanks to Matt for modeling. And a pet for Porter for starring in the final photo…
Check out Clayton Borah‘s series here!
Willowcreek (in Eagle) has a very cozy, but modern feel inside. Check out the menu on their website–for each item on the menu, they recommend a drink to accompany it.
In this week’s Boise Weekly issue the photo was mistakenly credited to another photographer, but don’t let that fool you!
I just finished watching Julie & Julia. You know, the movie about Julie (just your average girl next door, but with a love for cooking) who takes on cooking & blogging her way through Julia Child’s cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. The movie touches on publishers & the struggle of having a book published.
Seems only fitting to follow up the movie with this post on a recent Boise Weekly article on cooking self-publishing.
This assignment led me to photograph Martin Shepard (a nice guy with more energy than most, not to mention a busier schedule than most) of Borderline Publishing. The whole staff was really nice, including the shop cat, Kimberly.
One Saturday morning I met Aaron Patterson, a local author, at a Nampa Coffeeshop. You can check out his novels on Amazon here.
Amy Atkin’s article on authors, publishers & self-publishing is here.
My sister-in-law is an immensely talented writer. If you know an agent or a publisher…
↓ Martin Shepard ↓
↓ Aaron Patterson ↓