Raymond Hom makes another appearance in Martha Stewart Living, this time in a recipes piece called “Spring Forward”. The story centers on how to create four easy and balanced dishes and includes Raymond’s enticing photographs of wild salmon, oats, watercress, and apricots. For breakfast, lunch, supper and dessert, Raymond Hom’s got you covered.
For the latest issue of Martha Stewart LivingMatthew Hranek traveled to the sleepy town of Round Top, Texas (population: 91) for an antiques fair of epic proportion. Matthew and Living crafts editor/product designer Hannah Milman perused through rows upon rows of antiques vendors in search of treasures and trends.
Matthew Hranek wrote and photographed a heartwarming article about “the family behind the New York institution” that is Russ & Daughters in the September issue of Martha Stewart Living. Russ & Daughters is the last remaining appetizing store on the Lower East Side. The article is composed of charming anecdotes about the “appetizing” industry and the family that works to keep it a part of the city’s history. Matthew has complimented his article with a wonderful array of images of friends, family, and a large assortment of smoked fish.
Dana Gallagher photographs two stories for Martha Stewart this month. Gallagher captured a weekend of gardening at her country home for the May issue of Martha Stewart Living. She followed up the feature with a post for the Martha Stewart blog on gardening with her daughter. Gallagher also photographed four Brooklyn gardens for a Whole Living feature.
Dana Gallagher captures a magical winter scene for the cover of Martha Stewart Living. The December issue features ideas for holiday menus, treats, and decorating. Gallagher photographed a brightly lit tree in a nighttime snowscape for the newsstand cover. The iPad version of the cover features a time-lapse of the lighting of the tree.
Dana Gallagher photographs fresh takes on gingham for the October issue of Martha Stewart Living. The six-page spread features 11 cool projects for updating gingham in a more sophisticated way at home.
Matthew Hranek photographs the cover and an inside spread for the September issue of Martha Stewart Living. Hranek captured the magazine’s new editor-in-chief, Pilar Guzmán, at home in the Brooklyn brownstone she shares with her husband, two sons, brother-and-sister-in-law and nephew. The two couples pooled their resources eight years ago to buy the brownstone, then in desperate need of repairs and renovation. Today the family-friendly home features Danish Modern furnishings and strategically added storage for the boys’ toys and crafts.
Christopher Baker films in Cordova, Alaska to document life around Copper River, one of the last pure watersheds in North America. As overfishing threatens the delicate balance of the eco-system, the state of Alaska and various agencies are working hard to ensure sustainable fishing for future generations.
The story of Cordova is featured in the first digital edition of Martha Stewart Living. The “Boundless Beauty” special edition marks the publication’s twentieth anniversary, utilizing the Digital Magazine Suite available on Adobe Labs. Christopher Baker continues his long relationship with Martha Stewart, having worked with her since the Martha Stewart Weddings book in 1987. Featured above is a director’s cut of his video for Martha Stewart Living’s iPad edition.
The July issue of Martha Stewart Living is entitled “Amazing America,” dedicated to celebrating all 50 states. The 200th issue features California peaches, a Pennsylvania garden, and signature corn recipes from different states. Dana Gallagher photographed “States of Play,” an ode to the road-tripping days of the mid-20th century when state map textiles were popular souvenirs. Now collectibles, Gallagher and Martha Stewart Living show how the scarves, tablecloths, and handkerchiefs can add cheer to a home.
When it comes to holiday entertaining, who better to consult than domestic maven Martha Stewart. Gracing the cover of the November Thanksgiving issue of Martha Stewart Living magazine is Matthew Hranek, who’s succulent turkey still-life is sure to inspire. Hranek and Martha Stewart Living have worked together on many issues, each as beautifully produced as the last. Hranek also shot the feature story, which is available for download at the Martha Stewart website. See more of his work here.
Martha Stewart Living November 2009 issue on sale at newsstands now.