Food is an emotive topic.  On a cold winter's day it can give you a warming hug. In the heat of the summer sun it can refresh and revitalise you. When you are having fun it celebrates with you. Above all though it must taste good.  The food in the photographs you use not only has to look delicious, but should tell your customers why you love what you do.  Maybe it is about showing the provenance of the ingredients?  Or maybe it's the traditional skills you use in creating your dishes.  But whatever it is I will take the time to get to know what you are about. 

  • Who and what inspires you? 
  • What is your passion?
  • What does your brand say? 
  • How do you want your customers to feel when they eat your product?  

Once I understand this then I can work with you to create some inspiring and beautiful images.

Baker slicing a baguetteBaker slicing a baguetteClose up of a baker slicing a baguette R Gill, Food Photographer, Ingredients on a plateR Gill, Food Photographer, Ingredients on a plateA collection of different ingredients on a plate including, olives, tomatoes, dough, salt, and seeds

R Gill, Food Photographer, Red Chillies in a PanR Gill, Food Photographer, Red Chillies in a Pan4 chillies arranged in black pan on pale blue wooden background R Gill, Food Photographer, 3 Chilli Sourdough bread loavesR Gill, Food Photographer, 3 Chilli Sourdough bread loavesA group of 3 chilli sourdough bread loaves arranged on a baking tray

To see some more photographs of food take a look at food portfolio