Completely self-taught, I learned food photography through trial-and-error in my first food blog, EatsLeeds.co.uk.
As part of my freelance journey, I’ve undertaken many food
photography projects, both a part of food writing and recipe development
assignments, and independently shooting menus for local food
I have written about my journey learning and practising food photography here.
As I have no formal training in photography and consider myself to be very much still learning on the job, my prices for food photography jobs are very competitively priced. Get in touch, or fill in the form below, to find out more about working together on a food photography project.
I also offer high-quality, semi-professional food photography in Yorkshire or remotely.
Images can be delivered in social-media-ready formats and sizes.
about food photography services
Food photography portfolio
Personal Food & Lifestyle Blog, EatsLeeds.co.uk. EatsLeeds.co.uk was my first food blog. Founded in 2015, I set up EatsLeeds.co.uk asRead more.
Food Photography for Tapped Brew Co. Having shot Tapped Leeds ‘ menu on multiple occasions, I was approached by anotherRead more.
Food Photography for Tapped Brew Co. Andy Tordoff, head chef at Tapped Leeds (and, in the interest of full disclosure,Read more.
Ghost blogging for Cooking Yourself Wanting to start a food blog, but not sure where to begin, Ali from CookingRead more.
Recipe Development for Tilda Rice The recipe is vegetarian and gluten-free. I was chosen specifically to develop a recipe becauseRead more.
The Wharfedale Observer
Recipe Printed in the Wharfedale Observer I approached local news outlet The Wharfedale Observer with a proposal to develop anRead more.
Moderately High Maintenance | Guest Recipe
Guest Recipe for Moderately High Maintenance Moderately High Maintenance is a popular travel, food and lifestyle blog. Madeleine, who runsRead more.
Burlap & Blue
Recipe Guest Blog for Burlap & Blue Linda, from Burlap & Blue, requested high-quality guest posts for her popular DIYRead more.