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London food & lifestyle photography workshop in session

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?

London Food & Lifestyle photography workshop with Sarka Babicka & Joanna Yee

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…

On food & travel photography: workshops with Donal Skehan & Marte-Marie Forsberg

Food and travel photography has grown from a passive interest of mine to undeniable passion to a full time job in the last two and a half years.  Within this time span I attended five photography related workshops, mostly food-related, most of which were held at the Food Blogger Connect (FBC) annual conferences in London.  And in each…

On location with Marte Marie Forsberg

There were 9 of us, from various parts of Europe, who convened in idyllic Shaftesbury this past Saturday for Marte Marie Forsberg’s food photography workshop. Over hot chocolate and pastries in Marie’s charming English cottage, with the fireplace ablaze and slippers on, she delved into the elements of visual story telling, branding and portfolio building….

Sweet Christmas tidings

While Christmas isn’t one of my favorite holidays it gets an honorable mention.  I love the sight of soared spirits even among the grumpiest of men and the quiet nook of time between Christmas and New Years where most of us embrace the chance to breathe and reflect. For me it couldn’t come soon enough. …

Photography workshop photo-recap

This week has been a bunch of firsts for me: 1st time working with studio lights for food photography, painting with light, and … fracturing my foot.  Despite the injury (which was not done in the studio, but out on a very busy Oxford Street), I was in high spirits learning about the various nuances…

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