This week I’m taking a little break from food photography and doing a portrait theme over on Instagram. While I specialize in food photography and love food and product styling, sometimes sharing portrait work gets placed on the back burner. But I do a lot of portraits! So today I’m taking over the blog with
I know, the blog headline is a little clickbait-y. It’s, like, one step away from “She Had Thoughts About Client/Creative Relationships and Wrote Them In a Blog Post. What Happens Next Will KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF TO THE MOON AND BACK.” But hey, that’s another post for another blog. This past week, an ad for
PDN Magazine holds several photography contests each year in a variety of categories such as portraiture, still life, and food. The contests are judge by creative directors and photo editors from well-known trade magazines and publications in each category, and winners receive a cash prize, gift cards, and a spread in the magazine. This year
Just in time for lunch: a food photography post! Over the past couple of months, I’ve been doing some recipe development and food photography for Upton’s Naturals, a meat alternative company based here in Chicago. The West Town factory manufactures a line of seitan, recently opened a restaurant, and just launched a line of jackfruit.