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Person of Interest: Alejo Salcedo

A recent graduate of Guilford College, Alejo Salcedo is a young printmaker with big dreams. As an artist, the native Washingtonian uses linoleum and distinctive relief printing techniques to create work that incorporates topics of whimsy and strong geometric patterns found in nature. 424 more words

Content over cameras

“Aesthetically pleasing” is a term I heard often in school. I received a specialization in Documentary Studies, but most of my classes were for fiction production or TV news. 532 more words


Mastering Work Flow: Jiro Dreams Of Sushi

A while back I came across this amazing documentary of Master Sushi Chef Jiro Ono, owner of Sukiyabashi Jiro, a Michelin three-star restaurant. I told anyone who would listen, especially artists, that they HAD to see this mind blowing film. 315 more words


Business and Life Lessons from a Japanese Sushi Master

Last night, at a friend’s recommendation, I sat down to watch Jiro Dreams of Sushi on Netflix.  The movie is a beautifully crafted documentary telling the story of 85 year old Japanese sushi master Jiro Ono.  454 more words


Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)

85-year-old Jiri Ono runs a tiny sushi restaurant in a Tokyo subway station with only 10 seats, but he is considered the best sushi chef in the world. 309 more words


Sukiyabashi Jiro (すきやばし 次郎), Tokyo

Sukiyabashi Jiro has been on the top of my list since everyone raved about it. But I have always been doubtful on its ‘magical power’ in capturing ‘everyone’s’ appetite and likings. 316 more words


What's Your Favorite Food Movie?

Personally, I’m always curious to find out something new about food, so I’m gonna try to share weekly my TOP 5 favorite things food related. 470 more words