Corey Miller was drawn to the entertainment business so he got his degree in film and television studies at California State University, Northridge. He became a writer and producer for television with credits including CSI, CSI: Miami, Body of Proof, and Reckless. However, living Southern California, he always noticed vintage signs while driving around, so he started to capture them. These beautiful images really got our attention.
Bottega Louie is buzzing with energy before most other restaurants in downtown Los Angeles are even open. The 10,000 square foot Italian restaurant‐market‐patisserie commands a presence on the street, but not because it looks like a palace adorned in marble and brass. The crowd is drawn in visually through large windows due to brightly‐colored Parisian macaron towers and an array of pastel boxes embellished with logos and tied with silk ribbons designed by Leah Faust.