While touring the Portland, Maine food scene with Visit Portland, I stayed at the Westin Portland Harborview, a beautiful property in the middle of downtown. Portland is such a walkable city, and there’s no better starting point than the Westin. Just across Congress Street is the Portland Art Museum and two blocks to the left is…Read More
From left to right: 1) Spent a few days in Baltimore toasting the town. 2) A fun opening at Reynolds Gallery. 3) Beautiful row houses in Charm City. 4) Always communing with art. 5) Guess which tag is mine. 6) Amtrak necessities.
As you may have noticed, I’ve been doing a lot of food-based travel recently (see here and here). I’ve learned to choose my outfits very specifically for these types of tours. When you’re going to spend all day eating it’s best to wear something loose and comfortable, and easy to transition to a 30-minute power…Read More
I know it seems like I’ve been living in Portland, Maine these days! But after my art trip with Greyhound I couldn’t resist Visit Portland’s invitation to a foodie tour of the seaside city. Portland’s culinary scene has exploded in the last few years, and it goes well beyond Duckfat and Eventide Oyster. Our first…Read More
The weather in Boston has been unseasonably warm (thanks, Global Warming!) so I’ve been taking the opportunity to use the last of my light weight outfits. This pattern mixing ensemble is one of my favorites. It feels a little bit New Englander, a little bit Parisian, and a whole lot of ladylike. All my New…Read More
From left to right: 1) Sneak preview of my latest shoot with Rebecca Gatto. 2) The unglamorous side of journalism is when I camp out in cafes filing copy for days at a time. 3) WillowTree Farms sent me this adorable personalized pie. Stay tuned to see how I prepare it. 4) Turns out tea cocktails…Read More