Food Photography was my very first venture into the world of professional photography and it will always hold a special place in my portfolio. Not just because I get to sample the food, but it’s definitely an added bonus!!
Some of the Food Photography clients I have worked with include: The Cornstore Group, Coqbull, Tequila Jacks, Kinsale Mead Co., The River Lee, Rachel Allen, Liberty Grill and many more.
Food Photography requires planning prior to the shoot and it’s a crucial element to ensure that everything runs smoothly. I would always recommend a pre-shoot meeting at the photoshoot location, this will allow us to talk through your food photography vision and it is also an opportunity for me to scout out your premises for the best lighting and photo spots. Generally, clients like the food photos to be taken onsite and I am happy to shoot at your location using my portable studio set up.
For larger or complex jobs I would highly recommend working with a food stylist, this will help with the flow of the photoshoot and ensure that there is consistency with the project. Food Photography requires extreme attention to detail, working with colour schemes, textures, compositions, lighting, while always trying to effectively communicate with the end user and this is where a stylist can be essential. I have worked with many food and product stylists that I can recommend or if you have your own stylist in mind then I’m more than happy to work with them on the project.