A visit on a beautiful summer's day to the Michelin star Beach House restaurant at Oxwich Bay to photograph some of the latest creations by chef Hywel Griffith. Absolutely stunning food.
More delicious beef and lamb recipes to photograph this month. Again following on from previous styling, a stripped back style suitable for multiple media formats was used.
An exciting delivery today as I received some copies of the recipe book I worked on with food stylist Nerys Howel earlier this. The photography for this was interrupted by the first Covid 19 lockdown but was a welcome distraction during some tricky months as we returned to work. The book was designed and produced by Welsh publisher Y Lolfa.
It was great to be back working in the studio with food stylist Nerys Howel on a series of recipes promoting Welsh beef and lamb recipes. Following on from previous photography, a stripped back style suitable for multiple media formats was used.
A combined trip to Coast Saundersfoot and The Grove, Narberth for a full day of photography including some more incredible dishes by Tom Hine at Coast and Douglas Balish at The Grove.
A few of the images from a recent shoot set in Bistrot Pierre’s Altrincham bistrot to photograph new dishes for their upcoming autumn winter menu.
A trip up to Southport this month to photograph for Bistrot Pierre’s summer menu. A key part of the brief was to create a summer vibe within a bistrot location. As always a great time working with the marketing and food development team at Bistrot Pierre.
An enjoyable number of days in the studio photographing recipes showcasing Welsh produce and meat for a couple of different clients. Both of the briefs asked for a stripped back look with the use of natural background materials so we had some fun sourcing and creating a number of different backgrounds.
It was great working with food stylist Nerys Howel again on these recipes promoting Welsh beef and lamb with a stripped back style suitable for multiple media formats.
I had a number of enjoyable days in the studio in December working with food stylist Nerys Howel on a number of recipes promoting Welsh produce. There’s a lot of incredible food being produced in Wales and it’s a joy to showcase some of it.
I spent an enjoyable day photographing these amazing cocktails in the studio over the summer for a bar menu. We did stay sober - honest!
In addition to their guest chef evening, I’ve also been at The Grove during the spring season to cover the extensive gardens in their spring glory and also the new food menu developed by executive chef Allister Barsby. It’s no wonder The Grove was voted Welsh Hotel of the Year by the Good Hotel Guide for 2016.
I’ve photographed a few more of Bistrot Pierre’s latest restaurants as they continue to expand their successful business into new areas throughout the UK and also been involved in photographing their new spring/summer menu. It’s also been pleasure to sample some of their delicious menu at the shoots!!