1. KEIKO OIKAWA
Keiko Oikawa is a Japanese photographer/food stylist based in Suffolk and London learned to love food photography through producing her own food blog. Now, with a formidable client list, Keiko shows a very strong portfolio of documentary style food shots on her website. Her style is delicate and sensual, while remaining true to the foods she photographs.
2. DAVID MUNNS
David Munns is an award winning London based food and drink photographer. His editorial food photography work shares a common theme of being shot in strong but diffuse light, giving a very light and carefree summer feel to his work. David often favours classic angled for plated food – the part cropped plate with a low viewing angle. After completing foundation at Cat Hill, David went on to study photography at Bournemouth and Poole college of art and design. Shoreditch became his work place after returning to London in 1989, assisting a food and drink photographer, quickly graduating from 2nd assistant to shooting for his own clients.
3. NICOLE GENONI
Nicole Genoni is a freelance photographer based in Milan who specialises in still life and editorial food photography. She had the pleasure of working with clients such as Paneangeli, Sottilette Kraft, Pan di Stelle, Babble Italia, Billa Supermarket, Excels, Harper’s Bazaar Indonesia, Venchi, iMille, Jam Brainstorming Shop.
4. DAVID GRIFFEN
David Griffen is a food photographer based in the South West of UK and regular travels to London and abroad. David has shot for cookbooks, apps, national press, food magazines, packaging, e-commerce, social media and digital and print advertising campaigns. He understands the different audiences you are trying to reach. David has shot and styled a number of cookbooks – including ‘Michael Caines at Home‘ and Stella West Harling’s first book ‘A Cook’s Book’.
5. BETA LUBAS
Beta Lubas is a food photographer and stylist from a small picturesque town in south west of Poland. She is now based in the Midlands, and some of her photos have been listed for the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competition judged by some of the most influential people in food and photography business. She was also announced as one of the top food photographers in 2014 by the Interactive Design Institute.