Archive for October 29, 2010

End of October Cheltenham Farmers’ Market

October 29, 2010

A very windy day at the Cheltenham Farmers Market

 Halloween cupcakes from the Vanilla Pod Bakery

The Cotswold Deli

October 22, 2010

On Monday I did a shoot for the Cotswold Deli, run by Russell Gibbard
Here are the shots I did which will be used on the website and for leaflets for the deli.

http://www.thecotswolddeli.co.uk/index.htm Check out the website

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=39448&id;=157095230985509&ref;=mf#!/album.php?aid=39448&id;=157095230985509 And here are the photos being used on The Cotswold Deli Facebook page.

Non-food photography related work

October 21, 2010

Whilst updating my CV today I came across some of the photography I did as a ‘Snapper’ for Cheltenham Volunteer Centre (photographing events for charity groups)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gavca/sets/72157622452274287/with/4050342158/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gavca/sets/72157622620585733/with/4080120824/

http://www.oldspottrust.co.uk/photo_gallery.htm
(only 2009 Awards Events – Cheltenham and Gloucester and Group photographs)

Zwyczajna

October 20, 2010
At the weekend I went to the polish food shop and picked up this random tin off the shelf to photograph the tin and it’s contents 
 

I don’t know what it is either….

Goldfish Smores

October 16, 2010

What’s cooking?

October 15, 2010
So last Sunday I bought a kids toy oven from a car boot sale for £4.
Quite possibly the best thing I’ve bought from a car boot sale

Did a few random lighting tests in the studio…

 

Brown rice and feta salad

October 12, 2010

I had lots of parsley leftover from making tabbouleh at the weekend so I made a brown rice and feta salad with dried cranberries, chickpeas, and red onion

I’m doing really badly at making my food collage! I’ve forgotten a few (or quite a lot of) meals already and I’m not even half way through the month! 

Perhaps a photo book might be a better idea…

Cheltenham Farmers’ Market

October 8, 2010

Today I went to the Farmers’ Market on the Promenade and took a few snaps of the wonderful seasonal produce

I think these were called kabocha squash….

Utah State Fair

October 2, 2010