Jason is a very interesting and super talented photographer in Pittsburgh. He shoots portraits, head shots, weddings, and is a freelance photographer for <a href="http://www.houzz.com/pro/jcsphotographs/jason-snyder">Houzz</a> magazine. I know he has all that under his belt, but the main form I wanted to chat with him about is his interest in Tintype Photography. The moment we met him and heard that he did this form of photos, Phil and I wanted to get one done, and we are in love with the result. Below, can find some photos below of his work. (along with our finished product) You should really check him out if you have the chance.
Dinner Lab is sweeping the U.S and hitting up major cities as a social dining experiment that pairs up chefs, with adventurous diners, looking for a new great experience in community and food. It is all very mysterious which adds to the appeal. People interested in attending a meal must first become a member of Dinner Lab for a yearly fee. They are then given a list of meals that will be available to purchase. You will not know the locations of the meals until the day before the event. The locations are, also, never held in a restaurant. They usually are scouted for in advance by Dinner Lab, and could include, an abandoned church, a mill, office warehouse or any other interesting locales. It makes for a spontaneous and magical experience for the diners. Tables are set up community style, and you get the chance to mingle with others, while enjoying cocktails, and dinner set in an area you would not otherwise find yourself in. I really love the concept, and I hope they stick around town. Mario Rodriguez and Kevin Zeener sit down with me to chat about why they choose to bring Dinner Lab to Pittsburgh, what they do for the company, and explain how the whole process works. Check out their Dinner Lab website to get more details!
Bricolage is an immersive theater company that I love in Pittsburgh. check out their latest project, and what they have in store for the future.