With Kinfolk and Terrain — Dinner in Philadelphia

Recently, I was able to follow Kinfolk out to Philadelphia in order to document their 5th dinner this year (out of twelve) hosted by the good folks at Terrain. Like most things that Kinfolk gets involved with, the dinner was something to remember (Julie Pointer is the resident master in charge of putting all of these things together). The food was amazing, the people were warm and engaging, and the space was such that it was hard to keep from forgetting that we weren’t somewhere in the English countryside.

Some bits of notable information: menus were illustrated by the ever-talented Anja Mulder. Also, a complete list of sponsors and partners can be found in the dinner section of Kinfolk’s website. Below are some of the photos from the afternoon. For more, you can go here. It should also be noted that the photos of yours truly from the event were shot by the lovely Amy Merrick. You should know, too, that the Gallos were there working magic as usual. Their video from the dinner can be seen here. Go watch!

 

 

18 Responses to “With Kinfolk and Terrain — Dinner in Philadelphia”

  1. Juliette says:

    Wonderful. It’s incredible, there was nature everywhere, also on the walls and on the tables.

  2. ronnielle says:

    what a beautiful photo story, parker. especially love the picture where you captured the half-open window with the glowing yellowish light from the outside, and the photos inside the dinner – i can feel the warmth and joie de vivre of the food and social gathering through your lens.

  3. amy says:

    absolutely stunning! it was a beautiful night and you captured it perfectly. and i love the pic of me:)

  4. carissa says:

    These are great, Parker. It was fun seeing you that nite and Andrew and I love the photos of us! :)

  5. Parker, these are stunning! I can’t stop looking at them. The picture of the two wine glasses is particularly alluring! I hope to be at another event you shoot in the future.

  6. emily says:

    so lovely! your photos are a perfect substitute to actually being there – looks like a beautiful night in every way.

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  8. I don’t have a website…….yet!

    I came across you by chance.

    Your pictures are beautiful and captivating…you have an exceptional ‘eye’ and selection of subject matter to which I feel much empathy…..I Love your work!

    Lizzie George

  9. liska says:

    not sure how i got here, but i love it.

  10. Ana says:

    Can’t imagine a better way to have dinner.

    (:

  11. Amelia says:

    This is probably the most inspiring blog I’ve ever come across. It’s art, all of it. Thank you.

    -Amelia

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  13. Rhianna says:

    Could these photos get any more beautiful? I, just… wow.

  14. Parker, I enjoyed these images so much. You really got the essence of a fabulous even in a great setting. I have one issue of Kinfolk and got lots of goodness from it.

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