I had the opportunity to shoot and share my story with Kenny and Cindy from House of Harts. It was so much fun cooking for them and sharing why I started my blog, read the full story here. Kenny and Cindy are such a talented and artistic duo who have an eye for perfection. If you’re curious about their company, House of Harts provides buying, selling and property management services to their clients. Their uniqueness is in their marketing approach – they brand, design and produce all marketing materials in house. They have a special platform that keeps customers informed of new listings that hit the market from day 1 and notifications are sent straight to their inbox. From there, clients can book viewing appointments as well. If you’d like more information, visit www.houseofharts.com.
They shot me cooking my Portobello Mushroom Burger recipe. When they asked what inspired me to create my blog, it was important for me to express my true motive:
“I find fulfillment in helping others reach a healthy lifestyle in eating and living better by supporting local, wholesome produce and eco-friendly goods for a sustainable earth. I started Christie at Home to push others to think about the companies they support, what kind of resources go into making that product and how it affects our planet. With the rapid rate of climate change, it drove my husband and I to support eco-friendly companies and reduce our meat intake because animal agriculture is the leading contributor to greenhouse gases, especially beef and pork. On my blog I share about my journey as a “part-time vegetarian” in hopes to inspire others that you can still enjoy a tasty and nutritious meal even if it is meatless on some days.” For more, find the full story here.
Here are pictures from the shoot. Thanks again Kenny & Cindy for taking the time to shoot me, it was such a joy to be able to work with you both.
Photo Credit: House of Harts