Christine Loertscher

Christine

Loertscher

Magog

🇨🇦 Canada

Also serving:

Montréal (Canada)

Ranking

Member

5 awards left until the Senior Member

2nd place in Canada

With us

4 months

Studio Name

Poetic Road

Hi I’m Chris, a food photographer and recipe developer from Quebec, Canada.
My culinary creations are influenced by my Swiss upbringing in my Canadian home.
Having been in various artistic fields over the years, food photography has really captured my soul bringing together the passion I have for cooking and my joy for the creative photographic process.

From my recipe blog to working with clients, my passion lies in conveing the beauty of food through my lens.
I believe that food, is not just mere sustenance, it serves as a universal language that unites us in shared moments of joy. It transports us to diverse culinary realms and comforts us with the familiarity of cherished flavors.

As a food photographer, I strive to artfully capture the essence of culinary experiences, transforming moments of flavor and craftsmanship into visual masterpieces. Through the lens, I tell a story, harmonizing the delicate dance between ingredients and presentation, celebrating the artistry that unfolds on the plate.
Through the use of minimalist styling, I strive to showcase the vibrant colors and textures of the food, inviting the viewer to indulge in the beauty and narrative woven into every culinary creation.

Winning photos

Pho Noodle Soup

104th Collection

London Fog Chia Pudding with Blackberry Whipped Yogurt

104th Collection

Soft pretzels a.k.a Bretzels
Always a favorite snack of mine. When returning to Switzerland for a visit I enjoy them with some light whipped butter and cured meats, here in Canada they are a must have when at a hockey game with a side of mustard.
However, nothing beats homemade ones fresh out of the oven (as the ones I took in this photo). They don’t need at thing.

103rd Collection

Swiss “Weggli” are bread rolls typically served for breakfast or as a snack with some butter and honey (or jam).
They have a soft texture with a lightly crisp crust. A staple in bakeries throughout Switzerland.

102nd Collection

Fig and Almond Tart

Figs and almonds, are a match made in dessert heaven. The figs bring their unique, honey-like sweetness, while the almond filling adds this cozy, nutty richness that perfectly complements them. It's a dynamic duo that plays off each other's strengths, creating a dessert that's not just delicious but also beautiful.

100th Collection