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Stepping up to the plate with professional cookbook food stylists

Stepping up to the plate with professional cookbook food stylists

From a recent interview for the Quill & Quire: “Food stylists are like artists, and food is their medium,” says Whitecap Books art director Michelle Furbacher, who has worked closely with photographers and stylists on best-selling cookbooks such as Rose Murray and Elizabeth Baird’s Canada’s Favourite Recipes, Anna Olson’s Sugar, and The Harrow Fair Cookbook. […]

Foodograph gets its Vegetarian Passport

Here’s a look at some pictures from a new cookbook that I photographed. It’s The All New Vegetarian Passport by Linda Woolven — a weighty tome packed with hundreds of vegetarian recipes from far-off lands. On food styling duty was myself, Ayesha Rashid and Grace Yaginuma — who wins the awesomeness award for being not […]

Foodograph spotting

A foodograph, on the cover of a wonderful new cookbook! (And one of the top twenty cookbooks of the year, according to The Globe and Mail.)

The power of superfoods

Earlier this year I shot a series of photos of ‘superfood’ ingredients for The Power of Food, a new release from Whitecap Books by Adam Hart. I’m really happy with the way these turned out. The ingredients were incorporated with text explaining what’s so super about them, and what to do with them. I wanted […]

Trade Secrets

Trade Secrets

Here’s an interesting conglomeration of food photographers’ tips on using natural lighting, featuring yours truly — Back to Basics: Food Photography Lighting & Styling

Potluck Café

I had a great time shooting some menu items and behind the scenes at Potluck Café & Catering a little while ago. The company is run by Potluck Café Society, whose mission includes employing neighbourhood residents to provide Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside with healthy food. One of the cooler things they did earlier this year was […]

My search bar is famous

Though this site isn’t quite complete yet, I somehow managed to make it onto PhotoShelter’s Checklist for Designing an Outstanding Homepage. As you can see up above, I have compartmentalized my photos in different galleries as a loose means of organization. But the best way to find a particular image is via that giant yellow […]