Hello! This website includes work I did from 2000-2009. Enjoy! To see what I'm up to now, visit www.fourpoundsflour.com


The Mile High and Dry Club
(November 2009)

Created with artist Flash Rosenberg, and written by Cindy Chupack, executive producer of Sex in City. The Mile High and Dry Club is an animated excerpt from the Between Boyfriends Book.


The Mile High and Dry Club from Flash Rosenberg on Vimeo.

"The Mile High and Dry Club" Story by Cindy Chupack
from "The Between Boyfriends Book"
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Direction and Live Drawing: Flash Rosenberg
Producer and Voice: Cindy Chupack
Video Editor: Sarah Lohman
Original Music: Ken Rosenberg

The Historic Gastronomist: Giving Recipes and Afterlife
(October 2009)

Liza de Guia, local food journalist and creator of Foodcurated.com, shot a short documentary about me:

"Meet Sarah Lohman. She's not a professional cook, nor a historian, yet what she is passionate about involves both cooking and history.

Sarah is a rare breed of hobbyist. A "historic gastronomist". She rediscovers and recreates American recipes that went out of style hundreds of years ago. For her, it is the closest thing to time travel...reawakening her senses and opening doors to old flavors and ideas that had once been pop culture.

And it's a hobby not without purpose. She uses these discoveries to introduce new ingredients and techniques into her cooking today. A trend, she says, that is catching on with chefs all over New York City.

food. curated. spent an afternoon with Sarah in her "kitchen lab" and at Brooklyn's Old Stonehouse to see what a typical day of recipe testing is like...

Read more about Sarah and her projects in her blog fourpoundsflour.com."


The Historic Gastronomist: Giving Recipes an Afterlife from SkeeterNYC on Vimeo.

Fancy Fast Food
(August 2009)

I've been working with FancyFastFood.com to produce outrageous videos of extreme food makeovers.

Chicken Nugget overhaul, featured on Gizmodo.com:


Fancy soft serve with the luminous Miss Softee. Featured on Midtown Lunch:

Who is Mark Twain?
Stop Motion Drawing

(April 2009)
I just completed a video with artist Flash Rosenberg for Harper Studio. It's a reading or a heretofore unpublished manuscript by Mark Twain, of his sure-fire method to predicating a new book's success. Voiceover by John Lithgow.

Who is Mark Twain? from Flash Rosenberg on Vimeo.


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