Edible Philly is comprised of people with various talents that help make Edible Philly the success it is today.
Katherine Rapin writes about the growers, chefs, shoppers and eaters of Philadelphia. This winter, she was selected as Edible Philly’s first food writing fellow. You can read about her food-centric encounters in these pages and on her blog.
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 on her website.
Sarah Davis is a museum communications manager, an occasional tour guide, and an independent scholar of American literature and art. She blogs about food, history, and culture at scenesofeating.com. Her PhD is from Temple University.
Carrie Havranek writes about food and travel from her home in Easton, where she is a dedicated shopper of the Easton Farmers’ Market and explores the food scene for Lehigh Valley Style. She is the co-author of Frommer’s Philadelphia & the Amish Country.
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 on her website.
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.
Jane Therese is an award-winning screenwriter and photojournalist living in Bucks County. She is a member of NPPA and IMDb. For more information and samples of her work visit her website.
Estelle Tracy is a Chester County-based freelance writer with a French accent. A self-proclaimed chocoholic, she shares her passion for chocolate on her website. When she’s not drinking a latte, she’s probably posting about it on Instagram @tetellita.