When my dad was in his 20s he spent three years in Malawi (Africa) with his Yashica Mat camera. I wish I had a stories like his. Me? I grew up in the kitchen, in Texas, no wildlife. On a good day I can bake a mean cheesecake. I can eat one on any day. I enjoy the particular challenges food photography presents and working with a team of stylists, assistants and art directors to make magic together. While I enjoy the comforts here at the studio, I also appreciate the added elements of surprise we encounter when out on location. Enough about me, what’s your story?
#BTS – a glimpse into what happens behind the scenes here at the studio | see BTS
the blog – random bits and behind the scenes pieces of being a food photographer | see blog
stylists – list of food stylists and prop stylists with whom we've worked | see stylist list
tearsheets – see commissioned work in context for a variety of clients | see tearsheets
nashville – a quick (incomplete) list of how to get here, where to stay, what to do | nashville guide
We have been fortunate to work alongside a variety of fun advertising, corporate and editorial clients of all sizes - from locally based start-ups to nationally recognized brands. Just to name a few...
Food & Wine
Okra & Molly
The Egg & I
Nashville Food Truck Assoc.
centrally located in the SoBro area, convenient to downtown Nashville and Nashville International Airport
5,000 square feet
Arca Swiss & Mamiya Cameras
PhaseOne Digital Backs
Flexible Client Work Space
Private Client Office
12' x 12' Daylight Window
Complete Prep Kitchen
180 cu. ft. Commercial Fridges/Freezers
On-Site Prop Resources
Two Shoot Spaces
We are only seven miles from Nashville International Airport (BNA), and 6 blocks from lower Broadway…in case you'd like to catch some live music or just do some people watching. You’ll find Nashville an easy city to navigate. We like to say it has “small town feel with big city amenities." Here are some helpful recommendations for planning your trip to Nashville.
Virtual Art Direction?
When travel isn't conducive, you can sit at your computer and “be on set” remotely. Thanks to advanced photography technology and video conferencing, you can art direct in real time and stay right where you are on shoot day.