It isn’t a little subject

October 23rd, 2011

I’ve just started a new blog “It isn’t a little subject”- The History of food photography. My aim is to convince you, the reader, of the importance and significance of food photography as a photographic genre! By exploring a vast amount of different sources and attempting to link them together, I hope to create a cohesive history deserving artistic attention.

You can read my first post here.

Guernsey Farmers’ Market

October 17th, 2011
As promised below are the photos from last weekend when I went to the Farmers’ Market in Guernsey at Sausmarez Manor……

Ducks and Chickens are a common feature of Sausmarez Manor

Then we made some Lemon Drizzle Cake for afternoon tea!

Vue my new blogpost!

October 14th, 2011

So it’s been a while since my last blogpost. Moving house (twice) and having my wisdom teeth out (ouch!) have taken up a considerable amount of time!

What else have I been doing…..?

  • I did a 4-week internship at Vue a photographer’s agent
  • Assisted interiors photographer Tom Leighton
  • Met Simon Smith and Toby Scott
  • Assisted Garry Simpson
  • Went to Guernsey (again!) and photographed one of the Farmers’ Markets (photos to follow shortly)
  • And I’ve added a new video to the homepage of my website

Since my 4-week internship in September, the lovely ladies at Vue asked me to stay on to help them out in the office. It’s been a great experience so far, learning about the agents’ side of the photographic industry. I’ve been along to a few portfolio meetings at BBH and AMV BBDO, attended the AOP Photographers awards and helped Penny Cottee find a mannequin for a shoot!


September 7th, 2011

So I’ve been doing a spot of modelling….. just kidding! In July I assisted Tom Miles on a shoot for Men’s Fitness magazine and ended up being in the photos myself (I’m the one brushing dust off the model) It was a great shoot and everyone was lovely to work with.

Supplement cover
Behind the scenes!
This month’s issue

For the full supplement, see this month’s issue (October 2011) of Men’s Fitness.


August 16th, 2011

A little update of what I’ve been doing over the past few weeks:

  • Did a week of work experience at The Worx studios in Parsons Green
  • Met some lovely people at Hoxton Street Studios
  • And had some work published in the August-September issue of Hotshoe magazine! Hoorah!
Travel Transform Learning – pg 65 – The article details the educational trips my university course runs each year, displaying photographs we took in New York

Since leaving university….

July 15th, 2011

So I haven’t posted many photographs to my blog for a while so I thought I should fill in on what I’ve been doing instead!

Since finishing university at the beginning of June I’ve:

So yes, I’ve been pretty busy! And I’ve just started a new blog on the history of food photography. Still in it’s very early stages so keep checking back for new posts!

Garden Party

July 5th, 2011

The final video. This a short stop motion of drinks at a garden party, under the theme of ‘Seeing Food Differently’. Music by James Corachea. At Xposure, the video was played without music, but instead with outdoor ambiance of bird song. The title was ‘Join us for drinks’ instead of Garden Party.

Melt in the Middle

July 5th, 2011

The third video – a short film of a Melt-in-the-middle chocolate pudding under the theme of ‘Seeing Food Differently’. Music: Nina Simone – Feeling Good. Edited by Mike Simmonds

Never-Ending Tagliatelle

July 4th, 2011
The second video – a short film of tagliatelle under the theme of ‘Seeing Food Differently’. I handmade the tagliatelle (after many attempts of trying to make really long pasta!) Music from Amelie Soundtrack. Edited by Mike Simmonds

Party Food

July 4th, 2011

As promised here is the first of the films I created for my final major project, exhibited at Xposure at the Rag Factory at the end of May. This a short stop motion of party food, under the theme of ‘Seeing Food Differently’. Music by James Corachea