We decided to create a typical Halloween mood for the Jars menu photoshoot of this year, dry ice and big pumpkins gave it the required style and feel we were aiming to capture. The photoshoot was a bit challenging especially when we had to monitor several dry ice bowls at the same time.
This is a very spicy chicken curry slider with avocado cream and French Fries. I'm not a professional photographer or professional chef - My motivation is passion. I prepare all of the dishes by myself and after that it's a challenge to take the pic because I normally have a few minutes to take the pic before I have to eat it.
In the language of flowers, rosemary is emblematic of remembrance, so this caramel cake is topped with a halo of rosemary as a way to remember and honor my grandmother. Since her name was Rose — another flower — I feel that it carries extra meaning. She was an outstanding baker, and specialized in jumbo caramel rolls, so I know she would have liked this cake.
This is one of my favorite food photography. It combine human subject with food. The focus is still on the food rather than a portraiture. I like this approach. It makes food photography interesting and can stir people's curiosity and appetite more easily. Besides good looking food, the people behind also need to be a good model for sure. haha.
This was taken at a bakery shop called Iris Tea & Bakery, located at Flushing, New York.
A cozy breakfast for wintery mornings is captured with this warm and hearty chai-spiced porridge adorned with slices of persimmon, chunks of banana, pan toasted sunflower seeds and goji berries. The fur throw backdrop adds a touch of elegance, texture, and accentuates that warm and fuzzy feeling.
A Christmas feast created at the lovely Bronte Restaurant on the Strand. All the richness of a beautiful duck dish, a stunning fish dish with beetroot jus and the trimmings of good wine, roasted parsnips and baby potatoes.