R. Murphy Knives are made in Massachusetts - and have been for 163 years. With carbon steel sourced from Ohio, blades stamped out on a press from 1890, and often-reclaimed wood carved for their handles, their small team of craftsmen creates pure, local magic. Read more at Edible.
NESN Red Sox reporter Jenny Dell on the cover of this week's Improper. On whether she gets sick of all that baseball: "I think anything you end up putting your all into, you love. So you eat, breathe, sleep and dream it. On my days off, I sit at home and watch the game. Once you’re a part of it, you’re all in."
I shoot a lot of food in a lot of places. Cheese in a lab? Not so much. For Edible Boston's Spring 2013 issue, I followed a group of Harvard fellows around their cramped laboratory as they tinkered with their strong-smelling test subjects...and discussed complex colonies of mold the way that that most people talk about sports teams. Fascinating, to say the least. Rachel Dutton, Ben Wolfe and Julie Button have traveled throughout the U.S. and Europe collecting samples of over 160 cheese rinds, and studying the individual microbes that exist on each variety. Their finds may well revolutionize the cheese industry...read more at Edible.
Melody Ehsani grew up in a traditional Persian home, destined for law school and a status-assigning marriage. The LA native chose a different route, however, and today her vibrant designs are snapped up by celebrities like Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, and Jennifer Lopez. "I decided to break with my culture and follow my heart into a field I was internally drawn to….design," said Ehsani. "The more I designed shoes and products, the more it felt like the right thing for me to be doing."
Ehsani's style has become highly sought after, and Adam joined her on a recent day at Reebok's headquarters while she worked on a new shoe design.
For the June/July 2013 issue of the MIT Technology Review, Adam photographed these brightly-packaged squares known as Tcho chocolates. Adam's image really showcases the uniquely textured chocolates. Tcho's dynamic packaging is not the only thing that sets theses chocolates apart from the rest! For more information check out Technology review's article here.
Adam's eye for lighting is showcased in these crisp photographs of Sky8 Shrimp Farm and founder, James Tran, for Edible Bostons' Summer 2013 Issue. These translucent sea creatures made the cover, proving the sky really is the limit at Sky8!
Adam DeTour's photographs were featured in The Improper Bostonian Magazine's Summer Dining Issue. These mouth-watering photographs are accompanied by recipes for lemon mayonnaise, hot sauce, ketchup, relish, and mustard! Special thanks to Food Stylist, Catrine Kelty.
Adam's photographs of researchers Bruce Walker and Terry Ragon are the cover story for the May/June 2013 issue of the MIT Technology Review. They are leading Ragon Insitute to develop a preventative vaccine for HIV. Photographed below, Arup Chakraborty, Institute for Medical Engineering and Sciences Director, joined the mission in 2008.