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02 Oct 2015| 3 comments

Room Seasons products have that extra quality and stylisation that every Food Photographer loves. Nicolas & Damien founders of the company are two talented food professionals who studied together at the internationally acclaimed Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon France. It was a pleasure for me to work with these great guys in their London based company. I was able to capture the essence of the business via wonderful closeup food shots, full of lovely textures and vibrant colours. Room Seasons provides food room service for 3 and 4 star hotels. I believe the imagery from this shoot captures a 5* service showcasing professional shots of the staff and delectable food in professional packaging. As always my Photography tells a story. A story about a new promising company with fantastic service and products. Without a doubt these food photos will visually enhance any advertising the Room Seasons company does and we wish them all the best for the future!

Take a look at my food portfolio here and feel free to drop me a note. I am a very experienced Food Photographer based in London, also available in Hertfordshire, Essex, the UK and international.
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21 Mar 2012| 5 comments
It was a great experience doing the Food Photography for this publication. All the plates was high-end creations of contemporary mediterranean cuisine. Cooked with extra care and attention by the chefs, this Food Photography project included more than 1500 creative recipes and equivalent plates. I enjoyed the eight months of shooting, editing and archiving thousands of pictures. 45 cook books were published in three languages by Maliaris-Peadia Publications. I would have liked to be able to tell Leonardo Garcia and Giannis Margaris what talented Chefs they are, but unfortunately they never prepared a dish for a shooting that the Photographer could taste! Almost everything was completely uncooked, to protect the food sight and colour, which is what we do with a vast majority of food shootings. Except of course from the cake at the end… That indeed was cooked!

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