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We’re thrilled to kick off this blog post by delving into one of my all-time favorite nuts: the versatile and delicious almond. Now, you might be thinking, “Almonds are for snacking, not for creating stunning images!” But hear us out. Almonds are incredibly versatile, including as a prop in food photography. We’ll be sharing some […]

Almond Joy: Creating Stunning Images with this Versatile Nut

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Introduction Can you imagine a world without tomato soup? It’s no exaggeration to say that it’s an essential element of our culture. Tomato soup is what Ma gives you when you’re sick with the flu, or when it’s a rainy Sunday afternoon and you need a little warming up. And yet, the origins of this […]

Brighten Up Your Day with This Tomato Soup

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Introduction We couldn’t pass up the chance when one of the world’s largest liquor brands approached us and asked us to create a stunning image of their newest cocktail recipe. We knew it would be an amazing experience, and we were right. Whenever we book shoots with large brands of this caliber, we like to […]

Behind-the-Scenes Look at Our Orange Cocktail Photoshoot

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I challenge myself by consistently exploring fresh and imaginative ways to photograph food. We wanted to add something a little different to our portfolio for our latest shoot, so we photographed gingerbread cookies. We thought the combination of gingerbread cookies and Christmas would be a perfect match. Props and Color Palette We kept everything simple […]

Balancing Hard and Soft Light in Our Gingerbread Cookie Shoot

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Fall is the perfect time for warm, comforting soups. We wanted to capture that cozy fall, artsy vibe in our recent photoshoot. As the leaves change colors and the air becomes crisp, there’s nothing quite like a steaming bowl of soup to warm you up from the inside out. Don’t you agree? So, we made […]

Creating a Cozy, Artsy Vibe for Our Fall Soup Photoshoot

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Introduction Of all the shoots I’ve worked on, I still get giddy about cookbook shoots. It’s the perfect combination of art, chaos and storytelling. When it comes to cookbooks, most of the time you’re shooting a lot of food in a small amount of time. Cookbook shoots are exciting because it offers an opportunity to […]

How to Glow Gluten-Free Cookbook shoot: the experience

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Concept This shoot was inspired by Dia de los Muertos. A Mexican holiday that celebrates and honors loved ones who have passed. Being half-Mexican myself, I’m honored and proud to celebrate my culture and my heritage. Inspiration The inspiration for this shoot came from the vibrant face painting makeup that’s typically worn on this day. […]

Death Becomes Them: A Dia De Los Muertos Shoot

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I’m bringing back this classic oldie but goodie from the archives. Red Wine Poached Pears. This was one of my favorite shoots ever, and I think it’s high time we brought it back. I love pears, and I love red wine, so combining them together for a sweet and savory treat was a no-brainer. The […]

Recent Work: Red Wine Poached Pears

hand pouring juice on poached pears
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The first time I visited Philadelphia’s museum of art, it was a breathtaking experience. It had classic Dutch paintings like Peasants Drinking at a Window by Adriaen van Ostade. The art took over my senses and transported me to another world. It was truly like stepping back in time. I am a big fan of […]

Making Of: Replicating Classic Dutch Paintings

photo of bread, blue cheese, wine glass on a table
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Glittery Picture It all started with a little sparkle. And then the fire spread. I’ll admit it: I’m a sucker for a glittery picture. And… I’ve never tried sushi before. Now before I run and hide, let me say this: Sure, sushi looks delicious in photos—but it’s not exactly the most approachable cuisine out there. […]

The Crafting Of A Glittery Picture

gold glitter sushi
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