Meet The Braghittonis, one of a handful of traditional textile artisans in Emilia Romagna still keeping the art and tradition alive by hand…Read More
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Here are 110 – yes, 110 – everyday photos of Bologna that take me right back to the moment, the place, the feeling, and the warmth I felt while exploring this Italian city…Read More
I was recently in stunning Matera, Italy…Read More
I’m back in Italy, specifically the Emilia Romagna region which I’ve explored extensively through photography – following local food producers in Modena, mosaic artists in Ravenna. textile artisans and fishmongers in Cesenatico, traditional terracotta pan makers in Montetiffi, Italian cooking classes, and searching for the best gelato in Bologna. But this time around, I will be teaching travel photography in Italy…Read More
Figuring out how to get to San Marino was easy. I could already see San Marino from a distance several kilometers away before nearing its border…Read More
Even though I spent a solid week immersed in Bologna’s culinary history – from trying my hand at making tortellini from scratch at a traditional cooking school to exploring the surrounding Emilia Romagna region’s gastronomy and its local food producers, coming up with a superlative list of the “best gelato shops in Bologna” all by myself seemed disingenuous to me…Read More