Hello and welcome to another episode of the podcast – today I’m excited to have an interview with Sarah Yeoman. Founder & Principal Photographer at The Family Cookbook co. Sarah is a photographer who travels the country documenting family food stories and creating custom cookbooks to preserve food heritage. She has a background in linguistics where she worked with Indigenous communities in language documentation and reclamation. Then after working in print media, Sarah became a freelance photojournalist. In 2019 Sarah started The Family Cookbook Co, creating unforgettable photo sessions and high-end heirloom cookbooks for families. Today on the podcast we talk about documenting & preserving family recipes, preparing to create a family cookbook, and how photos and video enhance your recipe collection.
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