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Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequences
Ilse Jurriën : September 4th 2006 - 20:10 CET
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NewsPhotography about Hurrican Katrina consequences : Tate Tullier, hearing impaired photographer, Louisiana native and Gallaudet University graduate shares his unique photographic perspective on New Orleans after hurricane Katrina within a new book titled, Ruby Slippers Cookbook: Life, Culture, Family and Food After Katrina. Through his many photographs, artistic vision and his consulting talents, Tate truly helps capture the look of New Orleans after the flooding engulfed the area in August 2005. Author and Publisher, Amy Cyrex Sins says, “Through his photographs, Tate depicts the dramatic difference between devastated areas of the city and those left untouched by the Katrina aftermath.”
Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequencesRuby Slippers Cookbook - Price
Inside the 232-page coffee table style volume are photographs of the French Quarter, historic buildings and popular tourist destinations. These are all sharply contrasted with destroyed neighborhoods, churches and flooded family recipes. Ruby Slippers Cookbook is now available for sale online. A $35.00 retail value, Ruby Slippers Cookbook is now available for advance purchase online, and will be available in retail stores August 25, 2006. The photographs are also available for purchase online ranging from $8.00 to $30.00.

Photography & Food-lovers
Through this full size, four-color, hardbound cookbook, food lovers and photography connoisseurs alike now have the opportunity to enjoy a taste of what New Orleans and South Louisiana has to offer while helping a good cause. A portion of proceeds from the sale of Ruby Slippers and its photography will go to The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana. Ruby Slippers not only offers more than 140 family recipes from throughout Louisiana, but also several recipes from 14 of New Orleans’ finest restaurants and lavish photography on almost every page. The menus are sure to keep readers busy entertaining family and friends with traditional New Orleans dishes and a few new family favorites.

New Orleans after Hurrican Katrina
Readers will find the book heartbreaking, heartwarming, uplifting all at the same time. The resilience and strength of the people living in the New Orleans area is evident in the pages of Ruby Slippers. The book is a small step in the right direction to preserve something all hold dear: life, family, and food that are uniquely New Orleans.

About Amy Cyrex Sins
Amy Cyrex Sins graduated from Loyola University in 2000 with a degree in Communications. Her early schooling included St. Theresa of Avila in Gonzales, LA and St. Joseph’s Academy in Baton Rouge, LA. In addition to doing all the writing, Sins designed the cookbook and took some of the pictures. “The book is kind of three books in one,” she said. “It’s a cookbook, of course, featuring a fabulous collection of recipes. It’s also a great book of photographs, and it’s a storybook of New Orleans, the storm that ravaged the city and the resiliency of its people and our spirit as we rebuild our way of life.”

About Tate Tullier
Tate J. Tullier is a graduate of Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. He has a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and a concentration in Photography. After far too long away from home, he is now back in Ascension Parish with his wife. He is currently working as a freelance photographer. Tate’s passion has always been photography. He focuses on glamour and quality in all of his work. He travels the world to photograph interesting people, places, things and events. His projects have a je ne sais quoi that keeps his fans returning to see all the new subjects.

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