Category Archives: Food

I’m excited to announce that I will be teaching a food & lifestyle photography workshop in London on Sunday May 31st with friend & fellow photographer, Sarka Babicka. We have a lot of great things in store for the workshop, including a styling session with food stylist & writer, Olia Hercules.  Spaces are limited to…

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Afternoon tea is an age-old tradition in England that has withstood the fast-paced nature of the modern world and I’m just beginning to understand why.  I’ve always been a coffee and pastry person, it’s quick, casual and satisfying, but as the days seems so much shorter and a to-do list ever longer, I now see the draw of…

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Happy Chinese New Year! Or more appropriately, xīn nián kuài lè! On my last post I introduced part 1 of a Chinese New Year photoshoot I worked on with Krissy as a personal project.  It featured a roast duck being prepared for a small new year feast.  The scene was stark and quiet, a mood I’m increasingly…

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Madness always ensued on the week leading up to Chinese New Year in my mother’s household. It’s as if someone accidentally flipped a switch for all hell to break loose.  The floors had to be scrubbed spotless, no dust were allowed to form in any corner of the rooms, clutter was banished and the amount of shopping that had…

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South Korea is an unlikely honeymoon destination to travel to.  It is a country known for being tech savy, K-dramas & pop and more recently plastic surgery.  I’m not too sure how we decided but in September we hopped on a 12 hour business class flight (thank you family and friends for the wedding gift…

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We all have slightly different requirements for a great dining experience but usually it all comes down to the basics: the company you keep, atmosphere, service and of course the meal itself.  The Imperial, a gastropub in Fulham, fits the bill for me with an added bonus of having a wonderfully photogenic interior to swoon over.

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It’s no secret that I am a big fan of Dr. Junger’s Clean Program detox.  So much so that I dedicated 4 blog posts that explained what it is, why I decided to endure 21 days of eating clean, what the results were and I also shared some of my favorite recipes.  You can access these…

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