Wednesday, December 17, 2008






Back in March we designed flowers for this Food and Wine magazine piece featuring Chef Fabio Trabocchi. (Try sourcing a Christmas tree in March!) It was my first magazine shoot. Everyone I worked with was incredibly accommodating, kind, and enthusiastic about my flowers. What a thrill to have behind the scenes access to the shoot - and now to see my work in print!

To see my outakes, visit the archive here.

16 comments:

An said...

yay! congrats sarah!

Aevan Arts said...

man those are so incredibly gorgeous - I love your outtakes too because your centerpiece is drop dead stunning and I can see it front and center :D

stephanie said...

oh my goodness!!! congratulations!!!

josh said...

rad

Brooke said...

I remember seeing your shots in March and thinking how lovely they were - stunning addition to the set in the mag! Magazine work is so tricky, what with all the out-of-season sourcing. Congrats on a beautiful job.

ashley english said...

Beautiful!!

vanessa said...

knockout!!

Donna said...

This is so synchronistic!! I just received my subscription copy of Food & Wine and was drooling over the recipes and the table flowers; I had NO idea they were your creations! Awesome work, Lady!!

Allison said...

Beautiful! Congrats!

jen said...

wait! i just went back and read your post from march.

I live in Blacksburg! And tonight, I might even be going to the cellar i'm an 06 VT alum and have been living there (christiansburg really) ever since.

small, small world. (unless in a weird twist of coincidence you're not, in fact, referring to virginia).

17 beats. said...

my mom is going to flip for this... truly.

gale said...

nice sarah!

Bornay said...

very nice! :)

Sarah said...

Thanks for all your comments little dudes

Jen...I ask you this:
is there really any other Blacksburg??? say hello to tom navario for me. i think he's the only person i know there outside of the Gillies.

jen said...

wow, that's so random. gillies is one of my faves too. if you're ever back in town, you'll wonder if its the same place. bburg has a huge shopping center that just opened a few months ago and all sorts of other developments coming up. its weird.

if i'm ever up in nyc i'll have to stop by your shop - love your stuff

Anonymous said...

Magazine worksbobet
ibcbet is so tricky, what with all the out-of-season sourcing