Update: we have added new dates for our workshops! If you’re interested, you can sign up here.
It’s funny how this recipe came to mind. We were in teaching our food photography/food styling workshop this weekend and the students were tackling the subject of photographing drinks. Drinks can often be challenging, especially when it comes to reflections, styling drinks and how to add interest to simple liquids.
Diane was quickly setting up to style a drink scene for the students to practice photographing and someone » Read the full story →
iPhone instagram photo of the Magic Kingdom @DianeCu
Magic happens in different ways. Often times it happens in special life moments that are un-expected, yet full of meaning. Or magic can be a random act of kindness, like a hug or a kiss. Last week magic happened for us at Food Blog Forum in the form of friendship and community at the most likely place on Earth— at Disney World!
Seriously, the hugest thank you goes out to all the wonderful folks at Disney » Read the full story →
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 » Read the full story →
For the last 16 years that we’ve been together, there are a few items that still have made it through the entire decade and half relationship. Our photo albums documenting our mischievous younger days still exist in the back corner of our bookshelf. Two fruit trees in pots that started off on our apartment patio balcony have survived 2 major moves are and are currently flourishing in their final garden spot. And then of course, our KitchenAid stand mixer has stood the test of time » Read the full story →
We finally did it! We’re happy to be announcing new photography workshops at our studio. Thank you to all our readers and supporters who encouraged us over the last few years to have photography workshops in our home town in Orange County, CA.
For the last few years, we’ve traveled across the country and around the world teaching workshops and speaking at industry conferences on photography. But we’ve never really formally organized local photography workshops in our town. We knew eventually we’d be announcing workshops, » Read the full story →
Happy Sunday everyone! Now that were home for 10 days straight (yes!), we’re finally able to finish off some details of our upcoming photography workshop announcements. We have much to share with you today, but let’s start with the cookbook promo video we produced for Bi-Rite Creamery’s new cookbook!
In our previous post, we mentioned that we produced the cookbook trailer video for Bi-Rite creamery. It was such an honor to be able to work with the amazing Bi-Rite Creamery team and Ten Speed » Read the full story →
We’re excited to announce the next Food Blog Forum conference in Orlando, Walt Disney World! Jaden & Scott from Steamy Kitchen, Dawn from Dawn Viola , Julie from The Little Kitchen and us are thrilled to be organizing another event to bring everyone together for a weekend of learning, sharing and inspiration.
A full day of presentations and smaller, intimate round tables are planned on the packed agenda. Also included are some meals, pre-parties and after parties.
A huge thank you goes out to Walt » Read the full story →
Hello Friends, thanks for bearing with our lack of posting during our absence as of late. As some of you know, we took a personal trip to Cuba. This was a much needed trip after a non-stop 8 months of work both in studio and on location. We were due for some personal time and Cuba was the perfect destination to re-fuel our souls both personally and creatively again.
Our cravings for personal travel often take us to parts of the world that always leave » Read the full story →