At Home with Zak the Baker | The Kitchn

For my first assignment with The Kitchn, I took a little drive over the causeway to the beach town of Surfside.  Once there, I met up with my writer/friend, Jesse (who also happened to put me up for the assignment).  We were welcomed into the home of Zak Stern and Batsheva Wulfsohn- the couple behind the wildly popular Miami destination, Zak the Baker- a kosher bakery/cafe located in the Wynwood arts district.  Jesse and I were there to capture how the baking duo live in their home kitchen, with their two little girls, Abigail and Maya Mabel.

We really enjoyed  getting to know the family and making some portraits of them in their light-filled home (2-year-old Abigail is quite the ham).  Check out the article here,

And keep scrolling to see the pictures.

family portrait photography of zak stern and batsheva wulfsohn with daughters at dining table

A family portrait-  Zak Stern and Batsheva Wulfsohn, the husband and wife team behind Zak The Baker, at home with their girls, 2-year-old Abigail and 4-month-old Maya Maybel

photo of a vintage piano adorned by family photos

A Vintage piano sits in the living room, adorned by old family photos

photograph-of-kitchen-counter-lined-with mason-jars-and-fresh-fruit

Zak & Batsheva’s kitchen, in their Surfside home

kitchen counter with mason jars and indoor garden

Their kitchen counters are lined with mason jars filled with spices, nuts, and grains, as well as an indoor garden of spouts and wheatgrass

photo of Batsheva cooking eggs in her kitchen

Batsheva cooking eggs

photo of zak the baker cutting bread in his home kitchen

Zak cutting a loaf of his famous bread

photo of zak the baker's bread in his home kitchen

portrait photo of zak and batsheva with their daughter in the kitchen

photo of lunch spread with eggs and fresh vegetables

Little Abigail reaching for the veggies

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