Food photographers in Australia

  • 34 images selected 34 Naomi Sherman Hobart (Australia) Naomi Sherman | Food Creative
    Food photographer Naomi Sherman (NaomiSherman). Photo of 17 February
  • 22 images selected 22 Julie Haines Mount Eliza (Australia) Also serving: Australia Hello, I'm Jules... but I'm often called Willow. I started out as a Marketing Graduate but never felt at home in the corporate world. With an arty background, I naturally gravitated to graphic design and photography to satisfy my creative sweet tooth, so I do assist clients in many facets of their business. Food photography is my passion - either on location or my own creations. I love to tell a story with photos - be it a restaurant, a dish, a chef, patrons having a lovely time at a venue. My other passion is small business. I love helping businesses create an image that truly reflects the quality of their food, the love that goes into their business no matter how big or small their venue, blog or cookbook. I'm a small business myself and put in 110 percent to ensure you love the end result. Willow Creative
    Food photographer Julie Haines (julie). Photo of 14 December
  • 21 images selected 21 Emma Sheldrake Brisbane (Australia) Sheldrake Creative
    Food photographer Emma Sheldrake (emma-sheldrake890). Photo of 19 February
  • 17 images selected 17 Paul Williams Gold Coast (Australia) Also serving: Brisbane (Australia) I love my work, have been doing it for 15 years all over the world and am very fortunate to work with food stylists who understand how to best represent and balance our client’s dishes. Based on Australia’s Gold Coast, I’ve previously owned and operated studios in Singapore and Dubai – where I honed my craft shooting food for some of the most beautiful restaurants in the world. My previous profession as a graphic designer brought me a thorough understanding of successful marketing. Working for many hospitality clients in both Melbourne and London, I created brands that thrived in these markets with the benefit of contemporary design, photography and solid brand strategy. More than just a food photography service, Gold Coast and Brisbane f&b businesses gain an ongoing marketing support partner in us. I look forward to shooting with you soon… :-) Gold Coast Food Photography
    Food photographer Paul Williams (paul). Photo of 03 July
  • 11 images selected 11 Therese Bourne Melbourne (Australia) Therese Bourne Photography
    Food photographer Therese Bourne (therese). Photo of 11 November
  • 6 images selected 6 Gary Wilson Perth (Australia) Colouring Light Studios
    Food photographer Gary Wilson (gary-wilson222). Photo of 21 March
  • 4 images selected 4 Lee Biderovsky Keysborough (Australia) Lee Biderovsky is an expert product and branding photographer living the dream in Australia’s culture capital, Melbourne. She’ll whip up a flat lay faster than you can pop the kettle on (N.B. will happily opt for a strawberry daiquiri after 2pm), and she’s helped a wide variety of clients (including jewellery designers, restaurateurs, interior and events stylists, homeware retailers and more) bring their visions to life. Lee’s knowledge of photography and social media make her an invaluable resource when it comes to building better branding in 2019, and working with her takes the stress out of finding a photographer who not only gets you, but gets the work done, too. Lee Bird Photography from 200$ for 2 hours of work from 200$ for 2 hours of work
    Food photographer Lee Biderovsky (lee). Photo of 10 September
  • 3 images selected 3 Julia Wharington Melbourne (Australia) Paddock 2 Pixel
    Food photographer Julia Wharington (juliawharington). Photo of 25 June
  • 1 images selected 1 Michelle Hartnett Ballina (Australia) Hi there! It's a pleasure to join you here on Foodelia! I'm fortunate to live in a region that's home to a thriving and passionate community of farmers, growers and food lovers, providing me with endless sources of inspiration and subject matter. I work as both a prop stylist and photographer and often have my lens pointed in the direction of just-picked, farm-fresh, raw, seasonal ingredients to create images that are rich in colour, texture and detail. My ever-growing collection of vintage cutlery, china, tableware, linens and kitchenalia also makes a regular appearance in many of my food photographs! While most of my work is commissioned for client's social media, websites, newsletters and blogs, I can also create images for books, editorials, advertorials and features. Thank-you for your interest and please feel free to contact me if you'd like to know more about my work. Have a delicious day! Michelle Email:
    Food photographer Michelle Hartnett (mhcreative). Photo of 06 August