London’s bustling streets, alive with gastronomic delights, are a source of inspiration for the most exciting food photographers. A multi-cultural array of vibrant eateries coupled with an endless selection of artisan street snacks, exemplify the capital’s obsession with cuisine.
With a near unparalleled level of curiosities, London can spark a photographer’s imagination. Bunga Bunga in Battersea, for example, is accessed via an Italian phone box and features a gondola-shaped bar. Whereas, at Circus in Covent Garden, you’ll need to duck under trapeze artists as they spin perilously close to your table.
Across the City, foodies weave through eclectic markets, to sample flavours from every corner of the globe. The most popular, Borough Market, dates back to the 13th century and houses an abundance of organic goods, such as cakes, bread, fish, meat and olive oil. An array so vast that sensory overload is practically a given.
London – a food photographer’s Shangri-La… It’s no wonder that our top ten currently reside there.
Michael’s fastidious approach to detail has led to shoots for Waitrose, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s, among others.
Rosangela is a highly skilled and innovative photographer with an international client list.
Jean Cazals is a multi award-winning creative with a clean and natural style of food presentation.
Incredible portfolio spanning M&S, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and various publications.
Luke J Albert
Luke is a multi-talented creative with a professional approach.
A love of cooking at an early age translated into a passion for culinary photography in later life.
With a love of food, combining her two true pursuits was a simple decision to make.
Franck is an artistic French photographer that questions everyday visual references.
Alice’s previous shoots includes Nestle, Nescafe, Chanel and Herta.
Elodie is our special guest from Australia. She is wonderfully adept with a mouthwatering array of work.