Food Photographer Number One: Anders Schønnemann
Anders Schønnemann is a professional food photographer from Copenhagen. He is now based in London and New York passionately capturing images of food, interior designs and fabrics in a very creative way. Anders worked with clients such as Sunday Times Magazine, Spis Cookbook, Mad & Venner, Vanity Fair, House & Garden.
Food Photographer Number Two: Francesco Tonelli
Francesco Tonelli is a former professional chef, restaurateur and teacher. He was born in Marche Region of Italy, and raised in Milan, Francesco now is a photographer whose style was born from a deep and passionate understanding of food. The Length and breadth of his culinary career now guides his photographic work with intuition and skill born from years of experience. Returning to the world of food and hospitality with a trained eye and camera in hand. Francesco captures the most alluring aspects of his subject to draw the viewer in using a graphic, and visual invitation.
Food Photographer Number Three: Marcus Nilsson
Marcus Nilsson is a still life food photographer based in New York. His way of working is different from other food photographers. When he was in Sweden he attended a culinary school and worked his way up from dishwasher to executive chef. He then moved to the U.S. and started taking art classes full-time at LaGuardia Community College and working in restaurants nights and weekends. When he was in his late twenties he quit cooking and stayed in school to learn fine art. Marcus likes his photographs to be spontaneous, at the end of the day he states that he wants his photos to be honest.
Food Photographer Number Four: Stefan Johnson
Stefan Johnson is a London-based still life food photographer. His still life aesthetic has got him attention from some of London’s top restaurants and client list include Launceston Place, Trinity and St Johns.
Food Photographer Number Five: Gareth Morgans
GARETH MORGANS is an experienced freelance still life Food Photographer, shooting food for more than 10 years with high-end digital cameras and equipment to ensure the best reproduction of colour and technical detail.Gareth works from his studio in Tower Workshops near London Bridge. Close to great public transport connections (London Bridge, Bermondsey, Borough) and amazing restaurants, markets, trendy bars & boutique shops. The studio has excellent daylight/blackout capabilities and open space with a fully equipped kitchen available to clients during shoots. The studio also benefits from parking and wireless internet.