New Workshop Dates for Food Photography-Food Styling & Hello from Mexico!

Hello Friends, thank you so much for the amazing response to our workshops. Our first release date sold out quickly and we’re thrilled to be hosting small groups of students at our studio. The experience of sharing and learning as a group will be phenomenal & we’re so excited to meet and be creative with you!

Since we have a long wait list, we’ve announced two more dates for our food styling and photography workshops

Our first food photography workshop was such a blast and it was such a treat to be able to meet students from New York City, Boston, Washington State and Arizona! Both days were spent studying lighting, composition, editing and how to manage the files. The second day was especially fun studying food styling and having plenty of hands on practice with beautiful food and props from our prop room.

You can read the write up and see images from the workshop here . 

For those of you interested in our portrait photography workshop sessions, thank you for the incredible response. Wow! We will be releasing those dates later after we secure some final models to be our photography subjects. We’ll also working on securing an outdoor locations for the portrait sessions . In the meantime, you can sign up for the waiting list here.


iphone image from Zihuatanejo, Mexico 

And, at this moment we’re in Mexico for the Food and Wine Festival in Ixtapa, Mexico. We’re excited to be returning this year to document this incredible gathering of food lovers from around the world to celebrate the cuisines of Mexico. We’ll be learning about the history and flavors of Mexican cuisine from expert local Chefs, along with American Chefs Michael Symon, Marcus Samuelsson and wine expert Mark Oldman.

We’ll be sharing some images soon and some lessons we learned, so hope you’re hungry for next weeks posts!


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  1. macu cordón

    please let us know your next date in Mexico, we are living at the Riviera Maya, we love your work, but if you at the moment don´t have dates on México maybe we can travel to your workshop!!!!
    We are interesting in a food workshop.
    I´m sorry for my basic lenguage, 😉

  2. VA DE PAN

    Looks so yummy and delicious!!!! have a nice time!!!!

  3. Kiran @

    Awesomeness! You guys are jet-setters!

    I wish we had more budget for workshops this year — But I’ll definitely look into it for the future 🙂 Have fun in Mexico. xoxo

  4. Salt in Suburbia

    Marcus Samuelsson is amazing. I met him once a long time ago when he was starting the {now defunct} restaurant Aquavit in Mpls. Looking forward hearing about your experience at the festival.

  5. Susan in the Boonies

    Oh, my gosh!!! What an awesome assignment!!

    I hope you have the time of your lives.

    I think Michael Symon is adorable.

  6. Karen Milling

    Looks beautiful! And sounds like an amazing event! Enjoy the sunshine!

  7. binhtheredonethat

    Those drinks look delicious!

  8. JulieD

    Omgoodness Cinco de Mayo with you guys…I need to try to make that work! Have fun in Mexico!! xoxo

  9. Averie @ Averie Cooks

    I found out about the Ixtapa event a few months ago because I read about someone going from her blog, but I honestly didn’t know how one went about trying to go or signing up?

    Now THAT is a fabulous event, I bet!

    From FBF in Orlando to Mexico, you two are jetsetters! Love it!

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