The Dish That Made Me

So excited to share with you this pilot to new content we’d love to develop.  In essence it’s a kind of psychology of recipes, exploring with chefs ‘The Dish That Made Me’ – and shooting them creating the dish alongside.

What would your dish be?

Watch the video here (p.s. you will need sound!)

A personal project exploring with chefs the Dish that Made them. Every chef will have a dish that has sparked their love of cooking, launched their careers, won competitions and born other dishes. In this video we hear chef Iain Graham describe the dish that made him whilst watching him make it.



Rialto Market, Venice

Since the C16th, Rialto Market in Venice has been the place to buy the best of Italian food produce. Early birds catch the best of Italian produce and one or two photographs too.

Venice Food Market #rialtomarket Italy

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Gin Experience shoot with The Telegraph

Joyfully summer with a Gin shoot….


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Behind The Scenes

Thrilled to have filmmaker Sandra Ciampone on a recent shoot with the team.  Look at some behind the scenes footage of a recent shoot involving some lovely raw ingredients and a real smoking gun.

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Field & Flower

When I was approached by James Mansfield & James Flower to create styled images for their 200+ cuts of fresh meat, game, fish and cheese, I knew that to get this right, we needed a whole host of imagination, a lot of amazing knives and props galore.

Field & Flower

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Oakleaf Rebrand

Great to shoot the rebrand with Pixie Agency for Oakleaf – the finest of all food suppliers to the best restaurants in the country.

Here’s a little ‘behind the scenes’ footage and some of the shots we love!

Oakleaf 2016

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Saturday Kitchen with Michel Roux Jr, Jose Pizarro & Chef Luke Tipping

Food photography doesn’t get as fun as shooting behind the scenes at Cactus TV where they film Saturday Kitchen. Incredible food cooked under a fair amount of pressure! Chef Luke Tipping from Simpsons Restaurant, Birmingham


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Cook Japan Book Launch at The Ivy

Last June was filled with gorgeous Japanese ceramics, sunny days of shooting delicious Japanese dishes with Reiko Hashimoto and Home Economist Elaine Byfield for a beautiful Bloomsbury Publication. The Ivy hosted a beautiful evening with Sake experts, Wasabi demonstrations and delicious canapés.  Here’s a little more information

Cook Japan

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Afternoon Tea at Bronte

At the corner of Trafalgar Square lies Bronte Restaurant. It’s a stunning Tom Dixon design with a gorgeous pink concrete bar. Worth a visit! Here are a few images from their new afternoon tea menu.

Food photographer London afternoon tea Bronte

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