Photography by R.J. Caputo

A photo I took is in today’s Wall Street Journal, You can see my name too, although it’s tiny and no one will ever notice it, but it still counts dammit.

You can read the article online if you’re interested.

I know I’ve said this a million times before, But I’m getting so close to finally catching up on my backlog of photos that I’ve never posted anywhere. So as proof, here are a couple of photos from Guano Point, Grand Canyon West.

The view wasn’t too shabby either. Just look at that skyline. Would you rather be anywhere else? I didn’t think so.

This is just a sampling of some of the food being served at The All Star BBQ Cookout

Photo from Last Weeks Taste Talks Brooklyn

Other Half Brewing’s Sam Richardson with bkmag's Editor in Chief mike-conklin at the Wythe Hotel

Photo from Last Weeks Taste Talks Brooklyn

"From Indie Bands to Grandpa’s Buick: What is Buzz?"  Moderated by Celebrity Chef Mario Batali, with Panelists Christine Muhlke; Executive Editor of Bon Appétit and the Co-author of “Manresa” with David Kinch and “On the Line” with Eric Ripert; Kate Krader, Restaurant Editor at Food & Winemagazine; Ken Friedman, Co-owner of The Spotted Pig, The Breslin Bar & Dining Room, The John Dory Oyster Bar, Salvation Taco and Tosca Cafe; and Craig Kanarick, CEO of Mouth.com

WoW !! Your photographs are AMAZING !!!! Thanks for the inspiration.

Thank you so much for the kind words! :)

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Booze Traveler: One Road Trip, Four Hudson Valley Breweries

WE HAVE SPILLED MUCH INK over the years about the growing number of outstanding breweries now operating within New York City, from old standbys like Brooklyn and KelSo to promising upstarts like Other Half, Finback, Grimm, and Singlecut. Just as worthy of your attention, though, are the breweries—again, some new and some old—operating outside the city limits. If you’re willing to drive 80 miles north (or, scratch that: if you’re willing to have someone drive your drunk ass around for a couple hours), you can hit up four spots serving very fine beer and, in some cases, some very good food. As an added bonus, you’ll get to take in the beautiful scenery—like giant steel tanks full of beer, and long rows of tap handles, but also, fine, things like mountains and the Hudson River. Remember: If there’s anything better than autumn in New York, it’s autumn just outside New York.

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Booze Traveler: One Road Trip, Four Hudson Valley Breweries

WE HAVE SPILLED MUCH INK over the years about the growing number of outstanding breweries now operating within New York City, from old standbys like Brooklyn and KelSo to promising upstarts like Other Half, Finback, Grimm, and Singlecut. Just as worthy of your attention, though, are the breweries—again, some new and some old—operating outside the city limits. If you’re willing to drive 80 miles north (or, scratch that: if you’re willing to have someone drive your drunk ass around for a couple hours), you can hit up four spots serving very fine beer and, in some cases, some very good food. As an added bonus, you’ll get to take in the beautiful scenery—like giant steel tanks full of beer, and long rows of tap handles, but also, fine, things like mountains and the Hudson River. Remember: If there’s anything better than autumn in New York, it’s autumn just outside New York.

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Check out my six page spread in the new issue of Brooklyn Magazine. Just look for Keri Russel on the cover.