Edible Philly is comprised of people with various talents that help make Edible Philly the success it is today.
Adam Atkinson has always redesigned everything in his path. At four years old he took his mother’s Minolta and started messing around with photography. He is now living in Brooklyn NY, and is a freelance photographer, videographer, graphic, and web designer.
Jackie Botto is a food-focused designer, photographer, and writer in Philadelphia. If she’s not working with good local food, you can bet she’s eating it. Her portfolio can be found at jackiebotto.com.
Dominic Episcopo’s career spans over 20 years. His wide-ranging portfolio encompasses everything from corporate advertising campaigns and pharmaceutical sectors, to editorial food and lifestyle. Dominic lives and works in Fishtown.
Devra Ferst is a food writer, editor, and cooking teacher based in Brooklyn, whose writing has appeared in Bon Appetit, NPR, Vogue, and Eater. A Philadelphian by birth, she’ll never pass up a bowl of Bassett’s Ice Cream, a loaf of Sarcone’s, or a pie at Tacconelli’s.
Jenn Hall writes about food, culture, travel. A wanderer by nature with an ever-rumbling belly, she’s learning that the best stories are hidden in plain sight. You can follow her adventures on Twitter and Instagram @jennsarahhall.
Carrie Havranek writes about food and travel from Easton, where she is a dedicated shopper of the Easton Farmers’ Market. She is the co-author of Frommer’s Philadelphia & the Amish Country and the blogger behind The Dharma Kitchen.
Rebecca McAlpin is a photographer who was born and raised in the Philly area and was thrilled when she recently moved back. Her favorite food is a farm fresh tomato. More of her work can be seen at rebeccamcalpin.com.
Katherin Rapin writes about the growers, chefs, shoppers and eaters of Philadelphia. You can read about her food-centric encounters in these pages and on her blog, PhillyforLunch.blogspot.com.
Neal Santos is a photographer living and working in Philadelphia. Currently, he serves as the chief photographer at the Philadelphia City Paper. Additionally he runs a small-scale urban farm called Farm 51 with his partner.