In Julie Brook Alexander's latest body of work, "Savoring", Alexander invites the viewer to relish creativity in nourishment. Alexander's passion for discovering visual relationships in her natural surroundings has led her to focus on the part of it that she experiences most often—food. For Alexander, this has opened the door to research on flavor harmonies and food combinations that, in a word, sing. In the same fashion that Julie Brook Alexander combines fresh produce, she layers medium format focus-stacked photographs of two primary ingredients. As the individual photographs blend together, visualizations, which entice the palate, emerge. Similarly, in her pieces that depict natural landscape imagery, Julie Brook Alexander joins two images on a single page, which allows the viewer to discover the interplay between near and far vantage points as well as to see the natural world in a new way. Combining these two points of view into a diptych shifts the impact from what may seem like familiar landscapes into someplace unexpected. Captivated by photographs of the Earth taken by astronauts, Alexander contemplates the interconnectedness of the planet and studies the ways that different parts of the natural world might intersect. She observes small details and astonishing vistas as she looks for visual elements that repeat across times, locations, and materials.