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Enna Grazier

Grazier Photography in Exeter, NH

The Big Picture

PRESENTED ON MAY 02, 2002
IN PORTSMOUTH NH @ VOL 37

Enna Grazier is the owner and head chocolate maker for ENNA ChocolatesShe traces her passion from photography to chocolates. Follow her journey; you will go away hungry! 

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Building a Picture

BY AIDEN CELESTE
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 24, 2013

As a child, Aiden Celeste had always wanted to be an architect, but his life drove him to the field of research art. He discusses the process, theory, and execution of what he calls "building a picture" -- through the oculus of a camera obscura, he finds himself in a unique and wonderful otherworld. The results of his exploits are conjoined and overlapped to form something greater than a singular piece. 

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The Big Picture

BY PAULA ALASAD ASBELL
@ VOL 4 ON MAR 09, 2013

You have to listen closely to catch what Paula Asbell was thinking when she titled this presentation "The Big Picture". However, it's easy to see how Paula keeps her mind open to creative impulses and how those inspriations lead her to create her art. Sometimes it's just the notion of "I don't want to waste this paint" that can lead to a new work.

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Chocolate Man

BY BRIAN TALLARICO
@ VOL 1 ON JUN 26, 2015

Like most kids, Brian Tallarico was passionate about chocolates while he was growing up. But unlike most kids, he went on to open a chocolate shop—but only after receiving a fine arts degree. This year, he celebrated ten years of chocolate making and opened a new shop in Easton. 

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My Small Part in the Big Picture

BY ANGIE FAY ULLMANN
@ VOL 7 ON JUN 30, 2015

St Augustine co-organizer Angie Ullmann steps up in Volume 7, presenting on her job working for NOAA as an able-bodied seaman.

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Eat Chocolate

BY PUJA SATIANI
@ VOL 4 ON JUL 10, 2015

Puja Satiani was educated as an attorney. She hit a point in her life when she had to make a tough decision. She pivoted her career from law to chocolate. In this presentation, she discussses real vs fake chocolate and whether chocolate is an aphrodisiac. 

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Picture: Portraits

BY LULÚ DE PANBEHCHI
@ VOL 16 ON NOV 12, 2016

If you have seen any of Lulú De Panbehchi's other presentations, you know she will look at the deeper meaning behind a photograph. In this presentation she explores the question: Where does a portrait end?

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From Business to Photography

BY HECTOR TORRES
@ VOL 34 ON APR 20, 2017

Hector Torres had big dreams to follow in his parents foot steps in business, but found real weath and happiness in photography.  After having worked both the creative and commerical side of photography, he later opened his own Shoin Studio in Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood.

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Small moments of light (which create beauty)

BY CLAIRE ROSE
@ VOL 14 ON MAR 06, 2018

Claire Rose presents a walk on the wild side...with light. 

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Eat Me: A Brief Look at the Long History of Women and Chocolate

BY LIZ GOAD
@ VOL 11 ON FEB 15, 2019

"Decadent. Seductive. Sinful." When it comes to chocolate, sex sells. And it specifically sells to women. Even though research shows that men and women consume roughly the same amount of chocolate, advertisements are mainly targeted at women, encouraging them to "indulge" their cravings and deepest desires.

While this may seem like a new phenomenon, the association between chocolate and female sexuality predates the modern ad campaign. In fact, some scholars trace it all the way back to the Mesoamerican civilizations that first cultivated Theobroma cacao. Liz Goad takes a quick jog through chocolate’s long, tawdry history to find out where this theme originated and how it has evolved over the centuries.