An award-winning photographer and author, Kerri McCaffety creates unique portraits of New Orleans culture and its people.
Award-winning photographer Kerri McCaffety looks at the city's most innovative and iconic interiors in a quest to define the essence of the unique New Orleans style. Sumptuous fabrics, elegant architectural details, intricate collections, bold abstract art, and fresh, contemporary lines are all captured in her stunning photographs.
A tour of some of the most historic saloons in America.
This luxurious photography book on New Orleans restaurants celebrates the city's love affair with food. From the legendary Tujague's to the down-home Uglesich's, these beloved establishments are shown off in all their glory for residents and visitors alike.
An enchanting space that’s truly unique calls for a sense of humor, whimsy, and an open mind.
The story of St. Charles Avenue as a pictorial biography of the grandest thoroughfare of America's most romantic city. Many of these interiors have never been published.
A Mecca for civilized drinking, a Waterloo for thirst. From a plot to hide Bonaparte in the home to its time as an Italian grocery, the "Napoleon House" enjoys a vibrant history. Today the Napoleon House serves fine wines and New Orleans cocktails fit for the emperor himself. Signature recipes are illustrated, including Napoleon House Bruschetta and the Pimm's Cup.
The beautiful and lively traditional marking of generosity as celebrated in New Orleans each March 19.
Brings the majesty of the French Quarter to life in a luxurious parade of pictures and prose. Fabulous hotels, churches, fine restaurants, antique shops, and art galleries line the streets of the Quarter. But some of the most fascinating architecture--that of private residences--has never been photographed until now.