For their Fall issue last year, Virtuoso was spilling the beans on a fledgling group of coffee shop owners in Portland, individuals who were staying true to the origins of the ingredients they brew. They called on Dina Ávila for help with the photographs.
Making the cut since 1855, Swift Meats knows a thing or two about the art of butchering quality and sustainable products. They enlisted Austin-based food and lifestyle photographer Buff Strickland to capture those tender moments created while families are cooking and eating together.
Austin is known by many for its live music, famed alternative culture, and big tech industry presence. It is also known for its food. Home to around 1,000 food trucks, Austin has influenced the rest of the country to adopt the same trend, though no one yet has caught up to the capital of Texas. Its year-round warm weather makes it easier to be outdoors and enjoy the experience of finding, potentially, any kind of food you’re looking for. There are also an estimated 6,000 restaurants sporting just as much culinary diversity, yet its Tex-Mex, barbecue, and, perhaps above all, breakfast tacos make for some of its biggest draws. It also has a legendary rivalry with San Antonio as to who invented the breakfast taco, let alone who perfected it. For dessert lovers, Austin’s official plate is pecan pie, while health aficionados can take solace in it being the home of the first Whole Foods as well as 23 urban farms that actively supply many local restaurants. Knowing all this, an Austin food photographer can flourish as an important part of advertising one of the most vital parts of the local culture and economy.
BLK & Bold’s goal is to unite coffee lovers worldwide through a common goal of investing in the community, specifically for the youth. In partnership with leading food service company Compass Group, they recently released their first-ever barista book entitled Recipes for Impact. The man behind the book’s pictures was Greensboro, NC-based photographer Dhanraj Emanuel.
In a recent campaign for Diageo liquor company, Ringwood, NJ-based commercial food photographer Amy Roth created haunted mansion scenes for Halloween in-store displays with eleven unique room concepts, each with a custom cocktail, featuring a liquor brand in every room.
Producer Bryan Sheffield aids a photographer in estimating a project for a restaurant group’s advertising campaign. The client needed a specialist in portraiture as well as food/drink in order to highlight the restaurant’s chefs along with their creations.
Bridgeville, Pennsylvania-based food and drink photographer Chrissie Knudsen reached out to Southern Tier Distilling Company (STDC) to collaborate, with proof of her decade-long commitment to the brand.
One of The Big Apple’s finest exports has to be its iconic beverages, now part of every mixologist and bartender’s lexicon. They’re the stuff of legends, deserving respect and admiration of the highest form. For tributes and honors that come in the visual medium, we found the best beverage photographers in New York City through our directory.
The culinary landscape of the US Capital is diverse, and Washington, DC food photographers are perfectly positioned to capture all its delectable experiences. So, we went ahead and found seven of the best individuals the city has to offer.
Seeking to reconnect with agents who lost touch during the pandemic, Brooklyn, N.Y.-based food photographer Ghazalle Badiozamani was ready to find a rep. Wonderful Machine’s Eloísa García helped her build a tasteful campaign to send to agencies.
Ziploc recently hired Chicago-based food photographer Morgan Ione to conceptualize all the functions their Endurables offer. She takes us within the many kitchen appliances we use daily to get an inside look at these bags in action.
Food photographers in Philadelphia have helped promote the city’s rich tapestry of grandeur for the taste buds. And if you’re on the market for one of these individuals, we found seven of the best in town.
Across Boston’s many bars, pubs, bakeries, and restaurants, patrons can devour dishes both iconic and unknown. So, for your next commercial or editorial campaign, you better be accompanied by one of the best Boston food photographers.
With countless cuisines to try from sunrise to sunset, we understand why New York’s the city that never sleeps. If you’re searching for a food photographer in The Big Apple, we’ll give you plenty of food for thought.
From the novel to the iconic, Los Angeles is home to culinary experiences that’ll have you salivating in a heartbeat. To capture all the amazing dishes the city has to offer, our list of the best food photographers in Los Angeles will be a great starting point.
Miami’s cuisine showcases the diverse cultural influences the city has to offer — combining American, Caribbean, and Latin American flavors to create a culinary culture that’s unique to South Florida, infamously known as “Floribbean cuisine.” Here’s a list of the seven best Miami food photographers to capture these decadent dishes.
Whether it’s for a commercial or editorial project, Atlanta food photographers have got you covered! We’ve done the research. Here is a list of Wonderful Machine’s selections for the city’s eight best.
It’s said that in Singapore eating is the national pastime and food a country-wide obsession, so much so that even its common Singaporean Chinese greeting comes in the form of the question, “Have you eaten?”
London is regarded as one of the world’s food capitals — The Big Smoke recently won the most diverse city for food on the planet. From the iconic Leicester Square Chinatown to the flavorful curry houses of Brick Lane, there is something for everyone in this cosmopolitan melting pot. Without further ado, let’s kick off the list of London’s seven best food photographers.
From hole-in-the-wall joints with no phone to luxurious tasting menus, Toronto is a food lover’s dream city. Let’s tuck into the list of Toronto’s seven best food photographers. And heads up, make sure you have a napkin at hand because your mouth is about to drool!
San Francisco is celebrated for its scenic views, the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, vibrant nightlife, and fabulous food. With a plethora of fine wine and quality produce available, local chefs are constructing some of the world’s most sumptuous dishes. Let’s dig into the list of San Francisco’s seven best food photographers. And with this in mind, be prepared to eat with your eyes!