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Posts tagged Bentonville Arkansas
Bar Cleeta | Northwest Arkansas Food Photography

Hello and Happy (almost) Summer time. As you may or may not know, I (Philip) now have a business partner/collaborator/additional photographer/videographer/website & social media contributor who’s name is Jared. For the past few weeks, we’ve been hard at work creating content and figuring out the routine of running a business together. And that has left us both too busy to share recent work here on the blog. Today, I’m going to begin to remedy that by sharing a few images from a recent photoshoot in Bentonville’s newest culinary establishment, Bar Cleeta.

Unlike a traditional restaurant that serves entrees, Bar Cleeta serves small, shareable plates that pair well with their curated wine list and craft cocktails. As you might expect from a culinary establishment of this caliber, everything is beautifully presented and wonderfully delicious. For more information on Bar Cleeta, please visit their facebook or instagram page.

Cheers!

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Bike Arkansas 2019 | Northwest Arkansas Editorial Photography

Coming up in the next issue of Bike Arkansas Magazine: Ellen Brune shows off her beautiful Thesis Gravel Bike and some other items in her kit, Jason Zehner flexes his calf muscles in the studio and Bike Bentonville’s Aimee Ross shreds some of the wonderful trails right outside her office at Slaughter Pen.

Cheers!

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Local Palate Magazine | Bentonville Arkansas Food Photography

Today on the blog, a few recent images for the March 2019 issue of Local Palate Magazine, a premier food culture publication focused on the South. This month’s issue featured an article on Scott Baker of Tusk and Trotter. Scott’s techniques for infusing liquors with natural flavors and the resulting cocktails are gaining attention outside our little are because they are absolutely delicious. Cheers to Monday!

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Grand Savings Bank | Northwest Arkansas Commercial Photography

When an awesome bank and its awesome marketing agency hire you to photograph landscapes and community imagery for marketing purposes, you make the most of it and have fun in the process. For me, that meant road tripping, truck camping, exploring small towns and taking some time to sit by the water and watch sunrises and sunsets. Thanks to The Twiggs Group & Grand Savings Bank for sending me on this work trip that didn't feel like a work trip at all. 

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