Lee Runion and Jennifer Bostic of Black Horse Productions worked on a visual rebrand for fast food chain Zaxby’s. It’s an ongoing campaign that sees the duo collaborating with Zaxby’s beyond the 2022 photoshoots.
In a city that many around the world are discovering more and more as a popular destination, the food industry of Sydney has not only a dynamic group of photographers to work with but as anyone can see from those featured here, a number of absolute masters of their craft.
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.
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.