Category Archives: Food photography

2015 was not meant to be a remarkable year, not for me anyway. When I sat down to write my 2014 highlights I was a little dubious as to what the next 12 months could possibly bring after I so boldly claimed in my post that I experienced one of the best years I’ve ever had….

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It’s that time of year again where a gathering with a grander feast than usual is upon us with a very large bird taking front and center stage. Thanksgiving means something a little different for many of us who celebrate. For my younger cousins it means gathering enough sustenance to last them until their annual midnight…

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After spending time in a different country I always have the best intentions to return home and recreate food I tried during my travels. I’m not always successful in that regard (there’s still this chicken tagine from a Morocco trip in 2013 I’d love to recreate) but recently managed to make a few Spain inspired dishes from a recent…

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Afternoon tea is one of those English traditions that I’ve enjoyed immensely since I became a Londoner.  So unsurprisingly when I was invited to host my own afternoon tea with a different twist, I was intrigued. The makers of Tsuki Mochi provided a range of the Little Moons mochi ice creams, their own dark chocolate mochi,…

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“Carve out time for personal projects” was the advice I heard repeatedly from professional photographers when I first started out in food & lifestyle photography. I’ll admit I don’t do it often enough since I’ve been traveling a bit but really enjoyed the personal project my friend Krissy & I worked on for Chinese New Year. Instead…

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A few weeks ago I traded one grand city for another.  Joined by two other freelance friends, Christine & Kathy, we strolled through one arrondissement to the next over five days to take in Paris.  We couldn’t have picked a better week to be free from our day to day distractions and fuel up on our collective creative…

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A man peered through Lyle’s large windows as I pointed my large lens at a lone tomato.  It must have been a funny sight to see 13 people in an otherwise empty restaurant with cameras strapped around their necks and one particularly photogenic tomato on a table.  What is this madness?

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