My passion for food photography drives me to constantly seek new inspiration, experiment with different styles, and evolve my techniques. It's not just about capturing food; it's about conveying the emotions, stories, and experiences associated with it, creating a visual feast that sparks a connection with your audience.
Shot this visual for a Thai restaurant in Malaysia.
Tom Yum Goong is one of the most exquisite dishes of Thai cuisine. Thai cuisine is known for its rich and vibrant colors. Therefore, we used a variety of colorful ingredients like fresh herbs (cilantro, basil, mint), vegetables, and exotic spices to add visual appeal to the composition.
The goal is to capture the enticing details of the blueberries that evoke a sense of freshness and mouth-watering appeal.99th Collection
Shot this photo for Kerkies Dessert, using a 90mm macro lens. Captured juicy blueberries on the tart, and the glistening droplets to enhance the overall mouthwatering appeal.
The key is to make the viewer crave the tart through my photo!
I like experimenting with different light sources or surfaces to create unique shadow and reflection effects in the photos. Shadows can add depth and mood to the composition, while reflections often bring a dynamic and artistic touch to the scene.98th Collection
Utilized reflections on a dark surface, and add depth and intrigue to the photo while highlighting the chocolate's inner texture through lighting and composition.98th Collection