David and Katherine Bradley’s WHCAD Party

Outside the Embassy Row home of David and Katherine Bradley, guests spill into the driveway. This happens every year, chiefly because of the two cars being shown-off by Atlantic Media advertisers. The party happens out front, inside, and out back. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
A look at the tented dining space just before guests sat down. The theme was “foods of Africa.” The photos in the rear were shot by Platon Antoniou, who also was a dinner guest. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
David and Katherine Bradley. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
David and Katherine Bradley welcome their guests. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
What the dining area looked like as people looked for their seats. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Good wine and specialty cocktails were offered to guests as they arrived at the Bradley’s. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Dinner is served. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Doug Chilcott and Amin Cyntje. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
John Unwin, CEO of the Cosmopolitan Resort in Las Vegas, in animated conversation with acclaimed Washington chef José Andrés. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Reggie Love, famous as President Barack Obama’s “body man,” or trusted personal aide, left the White House to get his MBA at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Guests gather inside the Bradleys’ living room. The dinner is held outside by the pool, under a tent. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Atlantic Media’s Linda Douglass, a former network news correspondent and Obama Administration official, listens to California governor Jerry Brown. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Michael Peterson and Tara Peters. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Shawn Riegsecker and Chris Batty. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Arra Yerganian and Moira McDonald. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
The Atlantic’s food writer, Corby Kummer, likely telling guests about the secrets of the evening’s dinner menu he helped design. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Catherine Kaplan and Abby Echols. Photograph by Jeff Martin.

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