Indy Eleven, Indianapolis’ new professional soccer team, hosted a fabulous Inaugural Ball on Saturday. If you had your picture taken in the photobooth, visit the gallery here to download or print your image. Don’t forget to tag yourself on Facebook, too!
I’ve admired and enjoyed Mast Brothers Chocolate for a couple years now, so when I was in NYC earlier this month, of course, I planned on visiting their Brooklyn store. Little did I know my friend, Krysta, was planning on taking me there to get a behind-the-scenes look from her friend who works for Mast Bros. A delightful adventure into small batch chocolate making!
London, England; 3/3/13
It’s funny looking back at this day because in these images, I can feel myself breathe again. As much as I adore farm life, arriving in London was a great relief. There’s something about city life- wandering the streets, people watching, drinking decent coffee, making new friends… nothing compares. I stayed in Shoreditch at an hyper cool loft with creatives from around the world, I made a new friend, but mostly I enjoyed the eye candy of a new city.
Out on the town in/around Yeovil, England; 2/28/13
My last evening in rural England and we went pub hopping, which actually means we drove from little town to little town to experience a variety of drinking holes. It was the international crew (minus the Aussie, plus a Frenchman) with our two English ring leaders. I remember the six of us crammed into a tiny hatchback, zooming along narrow, hedge-lined roads in the pitch dark. It was the perfect end to my stay at Woodentop.
Woodentop Farm, Yeovil, England; 2/19/13
What do you get when you put three men and one woman (an Aussie, Italian, Spaniard, and American) on a farm in rural England under the instruction of a rugby-playing tough guy, to care for herds of elk, bison, sheep, llamas, wild boar, and three obnoxious geese? An experience at Woodentop Farm, which were undoubtedly the most noteworthy two weeks of my life. If I were ever to write a book, Woodentop would be an entire chapter. If they made a movie about my life, they’d most certainly have something to work with. I’m not sure this is the time to go into detail, so I’ll leave you with this image.