There's something inherently beautiful about a cluster of peanuts still nestled in their shells. The sight of them evokes memories of childhood snacking, cozy nights spent around the fireplace, and the satisfying feeling of cracking open each shell to reveal the delicious, salty nuts inside. And when you find one shell that's been opened just right, allowing the light to filter through and highlight the intricacies of the peanuts, it's hard not to be in awe of the natural beauty of these humble snacks.
Pomegranate and gin mocktail. I wanted to show that non-alcoholic drinks can look as cool as the ‘real’ ones; and you barely taste the difference.
This was also a little experiment with colour rules, monochromatic and complementary in one shot.
One for all the cheese lovers… a product photoshoot of the ‘Perfect for Cheese’ range by Galloway Lodge, Scotland.
This photograph was part of a series of images of 5 products. I wanted the mood of the lighting, together with carefully chosen props to feel like a rustic farm-shop.
This is work with different textures - the softness of the chocolate surface and the texture of the background ask for particular light for each ingredient. Yet, I chose to add geometric shadows to give depth and more visual interest. It's really delightful and creative to work with chocolate.
I love to play with the natural light. It is always such an adventure. In this photography, I wanted to create dramatic atmosphere by playing with highlights and shadows. Highlights drawn our eyes for the cookie but it’s the shadows that add depth to this frame.
I'm working on a shooting a variety of cakes for a manufacturer of gourmet cakes. I wanted a dark and moody shot for this chocolate cake so I choose a dark green background with the complimentary red raspberries for the topping. Shot on a Nikon z7ii with a 70-120mm lens and Profoto lighting.
One of the advantages of living in the heart of Gippsland is you’re immersed in a community of fantastic food producers, restauranteurs and innovators. This shot is from a luncheon at the iconic Tinamba hotel and celebrates a collaboration between artisan local honey makers and Gippsland fruit and vegetable growers. Thank you to the Tinamba team for the opportunity to capture this event. As always I am thrilled and humbled to be included in the Foodelia community.
I take this picture of a crystal glass for a company who sells the most beautiful wine and whiskeyglasses.
I shot this wineglas with a purple drink because the glas is also used for cocktails. I styled the flowers and with just a little splash there is some movement in the picture.