The Living Apothecary

Last Sunday, I had the opportunity to photograph a small business in Oakland. The Living Apothecary booth at the Urban Village’s Temescal Farmers’ Market was featured today in The Chronicle. Freelance writer Lauren Nelson, wrote the piece.

I met Shari and Tracci, owners and creators of the healthy, bold-colored, cold-pressed juices, creamy vegan milks made from organic blanched almonds and refreshing kefir water tea tonics. I also met Spencer, operations manager, who poured the tastings to curious market goers and weekly regulars deciding on what to choose this time.

Here are some of the images from the morning.

NV_LIVING_APOTHECARY_IMG_2689So if you find yourself on a Sunday morning in Oakland, drop by and say hello to the lovely ladies and gentleman at The Living Apothecary booth.

Urban Village Temescal Farmers’ Market, Department of Motor Vehicles parking lot, 5300 Claremont Avenue, Oakland, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday.