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Capturing the Drama of Food

Capturing the life and drama of food is an important part of my job as a professional food photographer. I use various techniques to produce dynamic and engaging images – including the use of some pretty expensive kit. Winning the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Award for a…
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Shooting Cocktails

We love shooting drinks. The artful combination of liquids, ice and fire is a great opportunity to capture some dramatic images. Variety in glassware and the liquid’s effect on light transmission makes it a challenge that we revel in. Generally speaking, shooting food and drink usually requires a nice patch…
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Cornwall Kitchen Studio

Cornwall is a foodie paradise: cheese and dairy, exceptional seafood, grass fed cattle and plenty of game. Cornwall’s stunning larder is no secret as my regular shoots with London hotel and restaurant groups are often peppered with, if not starring, Cornish produce. With an abundance of award winning produce and…
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Celebrity Cruises Event
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At Home With Celebrity Cruises

Last week the lovely people at Celebrity Cruises invited me to savor the joyful Creole cooking of Vanessa Bolosier. The reason for the event was twofold: to preview the new brand film shot in the Caribbean called ‘A Different View’ and to also launch the ‘At Home with Chef Nicole’ shore excursion –…
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Highclere Downton Abbey Movie
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Highclere Castle

The gracious Countess of Carnarvon and good people at Preface Publishing recently invited me to shoot the food at Highclere Castle (the house where Downton Abbey was filmed) for a new cook book: At Home at Highclere: Stories and Menus from The Real Downton Abbey. The publication showcases recipes as it…
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New York City

I am addicted; travel, new experiences, new people. Hooked on photographing new places – and discovering a story that unfolds with each shot. New locations, new light, new architecture, new faces – it’s food for the creative mind. I was recently flown to Canada to present in the AGO Toronto…
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