Ep 73 - Clay Williams
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Brooklyn-based photographer, Clay Williams, considers himself a documentarian who focuses on the culture of food - the history, the chefs, the process, the meal itself, and the culture that brings all of these elements together. His culinary adventures have taken him on road trips through Argentina and South Louisiana. They have found him hanging off the back of food trucks from Paris to The Bronx. In 2019, he co-founded Black Food Folks, a platform for professionals working in food and food media. His client list includes The New York Times, Food & Wine, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and The James Beard Foundation.
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