About the Book
Today’s food truck is not your ordinary taco truck you find at a construction site. These gourmet trucks’ menus run the gamut of ethnic and fusion cuisine. Often focusing on limited but creative dishes at reasonable prices, they offer customers a chance to experience food they otherwise may not.
Finding a niche seems to be a path to success for most trucks. While one truck may specialize in outlandish burgers, another may serve only lobster rolls.
In this book, we will explore some of the best D.C. has to offer.
Shashinka Ichiban's interest in to photography goes back to his childhood, with his first camera, a Kodak Instamatic X25 in the late 70's. Aaron started series pursuit in to imaging with a Pentax K1000. His photographic career started in the early 90s with his high school yearbook department. Later that year, with an apprenticeship with the Glade Times Mirror, Aaron entered the world as a press photographer. In the late 1990's Ichiban would go on to shoot for the Gazette, a multi-city edition community newspaper owned by the Washington Post Corporation. During the early turn of the millennium, Ichiban worked as freelance photojournalist, and travel photographer who has shot for USA Today, the Washington Post, and Reuters. He shoots exclusively with Nikon equipment for various newspapers, and magazines. His 9/11 images at the Pentagon were acquired by the AP and are still in circulation today. Today, Ichiban focuses his work on street photography, specializing in Japanese society.