Aubrey Greene Photography

A friend of mine recently did a blog series where she interviewed the member of her family...including the pets!  It got me thinking that I blog so much on here about myself and my baby and even my Puggles - but rarely do I mention my totally awesome husband, Matt.  Well, today is about Matt.  

A College Visit | Boston Actor Headshots

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Matt is a professor at Dean College in their Theatre department.  For those of you who aren't familiar with Dean College, you can check it out here.  While checking out the school, you may notice that it is located in my back yard...yes, in Franklin.  I can practically see the sign from my dinning room.  Matt has the joy of being able to walk to work every day.  He doesn't, and I don't blame him...it's cold out there!...but he could. ;)  Anyways, last Fall he taught an auditioning class.  It's a senior class that kick starts them right in to the real world.  And what does an actor need in the real world?  A headshot!  This is where I come in.  Matt, very kindly asked if I could be a guest speaker for his class and also take headshots of a few of his students to help them understand the process.  I was completely honored to be asked.  While headshots are not something I do on a regular basis, they are something I enjoy doing because it is completely different from weddings.  Completely! 

Here are a few shots from that day.  A huge thank you to Chelsea, Nick, Lexxie and Katie.  I had such a great time and I wish all of them so much success!

And just to round off this post...a HUGE congratulations to my hubby for getting in to grad school today ;)

Much Love,
Aubrey

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I HATE to cook.  I own 17 cookbooks and I have opened maybe 3 of them...ever.  You see, I was raised on home cooked meals, and I had always hoped that the love of cooking would pass on to me.  I desperately wanted to be a woman who cooked delicious, healthy food for her family.  My husband will laugh at this statement, but it is honestly true...I just hid the desire deep down inside all these years ;)   I even bought a huge dining table just to help keep this dream alive.  So when I found out I was pregnant with little Max, I knew something had to change...if the gene hadn't appeared yet, it wasn't' coming...unless it was one of those strange things that happens while you are pregnant.  However, while I was pregnant, I couldn't stand the sight or smell of food.  Period.  So Matt cooked.  

Max is almost 5 months old (!).  He will start solids in another month and before you know it we will be eating at the giant dining table...with no food.  So, TODAY IS THE DAY!  I am going to learn to love cooking/learn how to cook ;)  I am starting with easy, one-pot/crock-pot meals...I have no time for dishes! 

First up: Texas Pulled Pork.  Pulled pork in the crock-pot is one of the easiest things to make in the world, and I've royally messed it up more than once.  But not last night!  I'm not much of a bun person, so I served the pork in a bowl with a side of roasted potatoes and a spinach salad.

Prep time: 15 minutes.  Cook time: 7 hours on low.  Verdict: DELICIOUS!  Click here for the recipe.

If you have one-pot/crock-pot ideas for me, please leave them in the comment section.  I'll make a new one every week.  If I pick yours, and it is a success, I'll cook YOU dinner!...JK!!  I can barely cook for my family.  You'll win a gift card to Sur La Table!  That's way better ;)

 

Much Love,
Aubrey

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