While in grad school we were taught that the process was as important and sometimes more important than the end result. It is during the process that you learn what works and what doesn't. I have always been fascinated with how things were made, the behind-the-scene sort of thing. But it wasn't until the amazing work of Liza de Guia of Food Curated and my friends all thinking about making their own things ie; roasting their own coffee, brewing their own beer, and growing their own food that I actually really thought about the process. What actually goes into the process of brewing your own beer or the process of a painter turning his/her idea into a tangible painting?Most of the time the process is hidden from everybody except for the artist. I want to document that process. I want to be there when the chef, artist, craftsman, musician, or anybody that uses their own 2 hands to create something extraordinary and capture it with my camera. If anybody is interested in letting me photography them as they work, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave a comment. Oh and its only NYC for now.