Chloe Berk is a food and lifestyle photographer whose passion for photography was ignited while studying abroad in Paris, France. Now living in Philadelphia, she is enjoying exploring the vibrant food and arts scene the city has to offer.
By day, Tenaya Darlington is an English professor at Saint Joseph’s University; by night, she is Madame Fromage (madamefromageblog. com). She is the author of The Di Bruno Bros. House of Cheese and a contributor to Culture Magazine, Cooking Light and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Lynne Goldman, has been writing about local food in Bucks County since starting her blog, Bucks County Taste, in 2008. Since then she has written over 1,000 stories about local farms, chefs, artisanal food producers, farmers markets, restaurants and bars.
Sarah Grey is a freelance writer and editor at Grey Editing LLC (greyediting.com) in Fishtown, Philadelphia, and the force behind Friday Night Meatballs (fridaynightmeatballs.com). Her writing can be found at sarahgreywrites.com.
Heather Diane Hardison
Heather Diane Hardison is an illustrator and sign painter in Berkeley, CA. She is the author and illustrator of the food blog Illustrated Bites and is working on her first book. When she isn’t drawing, Heather can be found on her roof tending to her bees.
Danya Henninger is culture editor for Billy Penn, a columnist at Philly Beer Scene magazine, a restaurant critic for the Courier-Post and a freelance beer writer. In 1997, she founded photo-video firm Imagic Digital with husband Mark Henninger. Find her on twitter at @phillydesign.
Jenn Ladd writes about food, beer, culture and whatever else she finds interesting in between working shifts at Monk’s Café. Previously she worked as the food editor at the (now-defunct) Philadelphia City Paper, special sections editor at the Baltimore Business Journal and film editor at Baltimore City Paper.
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.
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, 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.