In this episode I get a chance to talk with John Troxell. He’s a photographer, however to call him just as that would not be giving the complete picture. He truly is a visual artist who focuses(among other things) on food(and the people that provide it), the earth, dirt, energy, farmer’s markets, local, the ocean, kitchens, restaurants, and street food from San Diego to San Francisco. His work is powerful and dynamic.
Check out TONS of his work on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/troxphotos
See his website here: https://www.johntroxell.com
We go into his journey from Philadelphia to Los Angeles and from the world of food commercials to his current path. Lately, because of the pandemic, he’s been documenting the effect that has had on our world.
Check out the website builder for photographers(Format) that John was talking about here: https://www.format.com/
BBQ Spots and Restaurants he mentions:
- Moo’s Craft Barbecue
- Heritage Craft Barbecue
- Flatpoint Barbecue
- Neighbor Tim’s BBQ
- SingleThread Farms
- Frecker Farms
- Yokose Seadfood
- Chinese Laundry
- Scratch Bar & Kitchen
Hat worn in intro: Interstellar BBQ Tri Tip Hat designed by Brisket Country – you can purchase it HERE