Photographer Todd Selby’s latest book, “Edible Selby,” which was picked up as a column in T, The New York Times Style Magazine, as he researched it, may show more of his subjects’ personalities than your standard collection of photographs. Questionnaires and handwritten recipes from chefs substitute as captions, scrawled over beautiful shots of food and restaurants around the world. Handmade watercolor paintings by Selby, 35, mimic his photo images. “Edible Selby” is out this month.
By Glenn Yoder| Globe Staff October 23, 2012
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