The Bocuse d'Or is the most prestigious culinary competition in the world. Each country competes to qualify for the finals in Lyon and this is part of the platter for the UK candidate.
UK Candidate: @chefphillips @nathanlane97
UK Coach: @chefadam_1
UK President: @rogan_simon
UK Chair: @antonaandreas
TEAM: @koyahpr @annesophielabruyere
Platter designed by @faber.designs
I came across this glass bottle at a flea market, I was attracted to the thickness of the old glass. I believe it is a bottle from an old ship as it has a curved base (I would love to know if anyone could tell me more ) being the olive season I married the two together keeping all the colors and texture very rustic
Personal work, I had some beautiful Asian Black Garlic and before cooking with them, I decided to take my new Nikon Z7 for a spin. Used Alien Bees, Nikon Z7 and 50 mm lens. Set lights through block glass to give an uneven pattern on the backside of granite.
Cocktail photoshoot in the studio, playing with light and shadows in pastel shades. For @ink_gin
A stunning gin with a purple tone that changes to pink when ingredients are added. magical to watch, fabulous to photograph. A truly fun day shooting for this company.
This one is Al Capone’s favorite cocktail - the Southside.
The photo was taken in one of those long, cold, winter days when I and my fiance were sitting at home wrapped in a blanket. We wanted to drink something warming, so I prepared a so-called "winter tea". With ginger cookies, it tasted delicious!
This dish was beautifully plated by Chef Oren at Goode & Wright. It was shot on location in natural daylight in Notting Hill, London.
The composition, colors and components of the plate perfectly encapsulate a city dwellers’ fantasy of the seaside. The entire dish comes alive with the broad brushstroke of squid ink lined with pristine white polka dots. It’s dynamic and gushes of the chef’s inspiration taken from the sea. It’s a masterpiece.
That was a particularly sweet shooting of a Toblerone chocolate mousse that I was allowed to do for casual cooking.at. Must have been the best chocolate mousse of all time. You don't have to take my word for it, try it out. Here you will find the recipe: www.casualcooking.at/tobleronemousse/