A portrait of painter Jerome Ford

I went out to Opelousas to meet painter Jerome Ford at his studio for a photo shoot. The building itself was fairly spartan, but with exposed brick walls and project materials everywhere, it made for a cool setting for our pictures. We ended up using the upstairs, which was totally empty because of the construction work. Throw in a couple of his colorful paintings of southern Louisiana scenes and boom, we had our shot. Check out more of Jerome's work here. Read the Acadiana Profile magazine story here.

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This tastes local

This is an excellent example of keeping things local.  Pizzicare's Nola Roots Garden Pie is a veggie pizza topped with locally grown ingredients.  I'm sure fresh ingredients helps in making things taste better.  Knowing that local businesses are supporting one another also tastes good.

 

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