Old El Paso

I recently did a shoot for Old El Paso with the agency Ogilvy & Mather UK. It was a 3 day shoot where we took seasonal photos for them to use across their social media and in print. Only a few of the images have been released so far, as the shoot was seasonal there will be more to follow!


The Stand 'N' Stuff taco - New product promotion


Hot Vs Not nachos


Halloween promotion - Used across Old El Paso's social media pages


The tower of nachos

A massive thank you to the team- Art Direction by Laura Willis, Food styling by Hannah Yeadon, and prop styling by Morag Farquhar.

Sainsburys Magazine- Midweek meals

Heres a selection of my favourite images from a recent shoot I did for Sainsburys magazine-




A massive thank you to the team- Art direction by Loraine Fajutag, Prop styling by Wei Tang, & Food styling by Aya Nishmura. And not forgetting my lovely assistant Sheila.

Asda cakes

I was recently commissioned by VCCP to shoot a selection of celebration cakes for Asda. This was a technical shoot for the digital department, where the final outcome was a series of interactive banners. The main focus for the shoot was the pinata cake, where I took a series of images that were finally stitched together to make an animation showing the excitement of when the cake is cut. Here's a selection of the images-


And here are the stills I took for the Pinata animation-


A massive thank you to the wonderful team at VCCP- Sarah Lasenby, Sophie Townsend, Jade Sturman, Janetta Lewin and Jonny Goodall. It was a pleasure working with you all. And to my hard working assistant Vicky Siddle.
Jul 23

Ice cream machine book

I recently photographed 50 recipes for an ice cream machine book through Quintet publishing. It was a brilliant few days working with an amazing team. It was also my last shoot from my old studio in London Bridge- How time flies! Here are a few of my favourite photos-






A massive thank you once again to Vicki Smallwood for the food styling, and Tania & Michael for their art direction.

My new studio

After a wonderful year of sharing a studio with Craig Robertson in London Bridge, I now have my very own space in Queen’s Park. It’s a beautiful daylight studio, with a very large kitchen and car parking space. I also have a selection of props and backgrounds that are available for use. It’s in a fabulous location, just a short walk from Kilburn tube (Jubilee line), Queens Park (Bakerloo line), or Brondesbury Park (Overground). It’s also a short distance from local amenities. Here are a few pictures- If you need anymore information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Sainsburys Fish Counter

Before Christmas I was asked to take some point of sale photographs for the Sainsburys fish counter. It was to promote their frozen fish range. Here are the shots-

Sainsburys in-store recipe cards

In January I did a shoot for some Sainsburys in-store recipe cards. It was a lovely days shoot and these were the shots- Eggy Bread Mini Muffins Pancake with banana & caramel sauce Salmon Risotto Muesli with banana & honey Smoked salmon bites

Advertorial- Delicious Magazine

I am very excited to have one of my shots in the current issue of Delicious magazine. It was a fantastic day, and many thanks to the great team- Olia, Noumi, Vicky and the rest of the girls from Immediate Media.

Gails Bakery

After recently moving to Queens Park I have fallen in love with our local Gail’s Bakery. I decided to test out the beautiful daylight in my new studio with some products from Gail’s. Here are my favourite shots- Banana Cake Sourdough loaf Marmalade

LAST secret supper club

As part of the cook book I am trying to produce with food stylist and good friend Lottie Covell, we have started to run supper clubs here in London. We have now collaborated with the fabulous chef Jesse Dunford Wood, and we are running our supper clubs from his restaurant, ‘Parlour’ in Kensal Green. Our supper clubs are based on the concept of peoples Last suppers. We ask all our diner’s to submit their Last supper via our website. From the submissions, we then select the evenings 4 course menu. It’s like a game of meal roulette as our diner’s don’t know what they are going to eat until they arrive! It all adds to the excitement and the secret element of the evening. The excitement doesn’t end there! We pick our menu from 4 diner’s submissions, so each evening we give 4 diner’s £10 each towards the cost of the evening. They also get to enjoy Jesse’s interpretation of their dish! This is the menu from our supper club in February-   Arrival Drink ‘The Hawkins Stifner’ Gin, Lychee Liqueur, Elderflower & Cucumber Chosen by Jennifer Hawkins Starter Beetroot Cured Salmon, Horseradish & Rye Chosen by Mima Sinclair Main Roast […]