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CONTRIBUTORS Sarah Copeland FOOD EXPERT, COOKBOOK AUTHOR and curator of good living, Sarah Copeland’s (“Beyond Fusion,” page 46) recipes and articles have appeared in national magazines, including Food Network Magazine, Health, Fitness, Saveur, Food & Wine, Real Simple and more. A Food Network veteran, Sarah was co-founder and spokesperson for Food Network and Share Our Strength’s Good Food Gardens campaign, aimed at bringing access to fresh produce to children across the country. Sarah’s philosophy begins with carefully sourced ingredients and an appetite for life. Her latest book is Feast: Generous Vegetarian Meals for Any Eater and Every Appetite. Follow her on Twitter @edibleliving. Charmaine Warren Fredrik Brodén AFTER YEARS AS an art director and graphic designer, Joseph De Leo (“The Tastes of the Year,” page 70) shifted his focus to food, still life and interiors photography. In the years since, his client roster has grown to include Martha Stewart Living, Gather Journal, Chronicle Books, People magazine and Grey Advertising. His food photography has been recognized by the James Beard Foundation with a nomination for “Best Photography” in 2012 and an award for “Best Visual Storytelling” in 2013. Learn more at jdeleophoto.com CHARMAINE WARREN (“Visions of Sugarplums,” page 48) is a performer, historian, consultant, dance writer and yoga instructor. She is a faculty member at Alvin Ailey/ Fordham University, Hunter College, Kean University and Empire State College. Charmaine teaches modern dance and lectures nationally and internationally. After performing for many years with major dance companies, she joined the david rousseve/REALITY. She currently writes for Dance Magazine, The Amsterdam News and other magazines and journals. FREDRIK BRODÉN (“Not So Private Lives,” page 76) is originally from Sweden, and his work is rooted in his witty, Scandinavian minimalism. His award-winning work has been featured in American Photography, and the Society of Publication Designers Annuals among others, and his clients include Condé Nast Traveler, Esquire, GQ, The Los Angeles Times, Martha Stewart and Random House. Learn more about his work at fredrikbroden.com J WM MAGAZINE 22 J W M A R R I O T T. C O M CHARMAINE WARREN: TONY TURNER Joseph De Leo http://www.fredrikbroden.com http://www.jdeleophoto.com http://www.JWMARRIOTT.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of JWM - Volume 3, Issue 4

Jwm - Fall 2013
JW Experts
Editor’s Letter
Distinctive Products, People, Ideas & Style
Food + Drink
Visions of Sugarplums
The Portal
Austin at the Starting Line
Details, Details
The Tastes of the Year
Not So Private Lives
JW Experience
My Passion

JWM - Volume 3, Issue 4