Pretty roasted nuts for an upcoming video of ours on kinfolk. But even more than pretty, those roasted nuts taste like heaven.
Working from home Matt and I tend to see waaay too much of our own four walls-so every now and again we find it necessary to go exploring. The other day we walked through the campus building that is right next door to us. It is a theater building of sorts, I think mostly for kids, and we were loving every bit of it.
Posted by Julie at 5:59 AM
For the past two summers we have gone to Portland (the first time was our honeymoon), but this year we felt like we better stay home. We hope to be filling up our summer with film projects, which fortunately we feel is a pretty good trade off. But we do find ourselves watching this video from time to time and wishing we were there right now. Big sigh.
Posted by Julie at 12:56 AM
We have been dying to have a nibble of Mast chocolate ever since seeing this glimpse into their beautiful world of chocolate making. We were beyond excited to open up a package the other day and find this lovely bar of chocolate, and bearded men to boot! Thanks you two for this thoughtful gift, and thanks for letting us a be part of this beautiful project.
Posted by Julie at 5:28 PM
Things we are looking forward to this weekend:
-family time at the zoo
-celebrating a birthday
-the prospect of wrapping up a few projects
-walking to the frozen yogurt shop that just opened up down the street
By the by, one of those projects we are finishing up is for this upcoming magazine, which we think is going to be just fantastic. The team working on the magazine are all over the moon talented, check them out here.
Posted by Julie at 2:04 AM
The words "home" and "office" apply to the same space for us. While we are filming you could also throw in "production studio", which in the end makes for a rather mish mash collection of decor. It leaves fancy pillows meeting first class mail and important papers tucked in amongst our china and glassware. We like to think of it as one big happy mess.
Posted by Julie at 6:43 AM