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    Shooting Costa Dorada for Wine Spectator Magazine, October Issue

    October 4, 2015

    This July I was assigned by Wine Spectator Magazine to shoot two stories for their October issue. One story is about Costa Dorada and the second is about Priorat Wine region in Catalan, Spain.

    Costa Dorada or ‘The Golden Coast’ is only a 40 minutes drive from Barcelona and it is a perfect destination for a Summer Family vacation. It is a rich territory with a long coastline along the Mediterranean dotted by 20 colorful villages and towns, spread out between the sea and the mountains. But not only the sunny beaches and the golden sand. Vineyards, olive groves, hazel and almonds trees can also be found.

    Scroll down to read more about some of the areas’ highlights and the best locations I’ve shot. (original text from article)

    Costa Dorada for Wine Spectator Magazine

     

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  • L’Eclairs de Genie; Feast Magazine

    L’Eclairs de Genie; Feast Magazine

    If you are on a diet, this post might ruin your efforts to lose weight. In that case, I strongly recommend you skip to the next post and just ignore this one. If you…

    July 29, 2014
  • Rue du Nil, Feast Magazine

    Rue du Nil, Feast Magazine, Aug Issue

    A little bit before the month of March, I was contacted by the Photo Editor of FEAST Magazine, who asked me if I could shoot a food story for them while I am in…

    July 28, 2014
  • Featured in Travel + Leisure

    Featured in Travel + Leisure, July Issue

    I think that most photographers, beside seeing their images in print and in Travel magazines, might feel very proud and accomplished when they see their own picture in the contributors’ page. At least this…

    June 17, 2014
  • Feasts of Tel Aviv, Travel+Leisure

    Travel + Leisure, The Feasts of Tel Aviv, July Issue

    “…From pickled mussels to sardines with shushka peppers to glazed pork belly, charred eggplant and much, much more…Tel Aviv may look like South Beach on the eastern Mediterranean, but the food is ‘influence-rich, ingredient-agnostic,…

    June 15, 2014
  • On the Radar, T+L, Food Issue

    Travel + Leisure, April Food Issue

    Tel Aviv is becoming quite a HOT destination recently, not only because of the weather, but mostly for the things it has to offer; Culture, Beach life, Night life and the Food. Oh yes…The…

    March 24, 2014
  • EatWith Me, You and Everyone Else

    What if a fashion student from Brooklyn, a web developer from San Francisco, a videographer from Zurich, a Brazilian couple from Rio, a Brazilian couple who lives in Toronto and an Israeli photographer who…

    August 14, 2013
  • Chef Constance in Haven’s Kitchen

    As I wrote in a previous post, the truth is that I don’t know how to cook. If you see me in a cooking class, it will not be a mistake or a fata…

    December 15, 2012
  • Cooking with Class in Paris

    Before I start this post I have a confession to make: I don’t know how to cook. Do you find it shocking? Not really. For someone who was born into a family where the…

    June 28, 2012