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Max and Trystan Sandvoss make goat cheese in upstate New York.

Photograph by Steve Potter

Photograph by Steve Potter

“FOR MAX SANDVOSS ’02 and his brother, Trystan, the chores associated with making small-batch artisanal cheese typically begin before dawn and, during western New York’s cold, snowy winters, end well after dark.

Their First Light Farm and Creamery in East Bethany, New York, a rural town midway between Rochester and Buffalo, is a long way from Hollywood, where Trystan was a producer and Max a film and television actor. The seed for their career change grew out of long conversations during an extended vacation in the Pacific Northwest. They fantasized about having a farm and living an agrarian lifestyle…”

via Max and Trystan Sandvoss make goat cheese in upstate New York. | Harvard Magazine Sep-Oct 2013.


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