London based food photographer Stuart Ovenden has spent over half a decade working with some of the biggest names in the UK food industry. He is a passionate Forager and Cook, regularly writing and photographing recipes for his popular blog, Appledrane. Stuart's recent clients include BBC Good Food, Olive, BBC America, Leith's Cookery School and Book Guild Publishing.Website: Appledrane
Domenica Marchetti is the author of four books on Italian cooking: The Glorious Pasta of Italy, The Glorious Soups and Stews of Italy, Williams-Sonoma Rustic Italian, and Big Night In: More Than 100 Wonderful Recipes for Feeding Family and Friends Italian-Style. Her recipes and articles on Italian home cooking have been widely published, including in The Washington Post, Food and Wine, Fine Cooking, and online at Leite’s Culinaria, Apartment Therapy’s The Kitchn, NPR’s Kitchen Window, and Oprah.com. Domenica is a graduate of Skidmore College and Columbia University School of Journalism and a former newspaper reporter. She was born in New York and raised in New Jersey. Growing up, she spent her summers in Abruzzo, Italy, where her mother is from, and traveling around the Italian peninsula. She returns to Italy often for research and fresh inspiration.
Milan-born food photographer Alessandro Guerani describes himself as a photographer who also loves cooking. He confesses that although he is "very precise and punctilious" on a photo set, he balances this out by being "terribly messy with pots and ladles" in the kitchen. Here, he talks to us about the quiet revolution in food photography that he has witnessed over the past few years.
Her illustrious 27-year career in the food industry comprises everything from catering events and parties for Hollywood and political stars to flying around the country teaching and leading workshops on food styling as well as styling food for TV, the movies, cookbooks and product packaging.
Kelly Cline’s images are colorful, contrasting and different. Kelly loves food and her unique ability to harness light to highlight food naturally without any artificial means becomes apparent when one sees her images. But Kelly is not just a photographer, she is also the food stylist, prop stylist and recipe author and working so closely with all the aspects of the process means she profoundly understands food and is able to bring that to life in her photos.
Kelly is a Seattle based food photographer and stylist and has been working with and shooting food professionally for over 10 years. Her photography has been seen all over the world in advertising and in magazines such as Food & Wine, Bon Appetit and Oxygen.
William was raised in a suburb of Maryland, within a few steps of the country and a few more to the city. He has always appreciated the beauty found in natures' lushness, and the modern luxuries of the city. These experiences are what helped define William's style of natural luxury. Through texture and light, he brings a mood of luxury even to the simplest things. To William, it is not just about the object, it's about the experience of it. William lives and works out his loft in the NoMad district in New York City, with his wife Susan and boxer dog Nero. For a personal peek inside, take a look at http://www.houseofbrinson.com