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Jewellery Photography

A wee, side-ways step from food photography today – jewellery photography. I can’t resist writing a post on a recent jewellery photography shoot, as I love this jewellery.  These crystals are all hand chosen by Sheila Marr for their special healing properties, then lovingly wrapped in copper to form beautiful amulets.  Due to the nature of crystal, each amulet is unique, and looks different

2020-02-27T12:20:29+00:00

Shrove Tuesday – Vegan pancake recipe

Vegan Friendly Pancakes. Pancakes are one of our go-to treats we have at the weekend, when we’re not rushing out the door first thing.  This recipe works every time.  I love just a generous squeeze of lemon juice and sugar, but for a special treat, adding in berries, maple syrup and vegan crème fraiche will make this totally yummy.  Click here for more deliciously

2020-02-27T12:22:55+00:00

Food Photography on location for new Creperie in Carlisle

Food Photography for Sweet Tooth's new city centre premises New eatery specialising in freshly made waffles, crepes, smoothies and milkshakes Recently I was contacted by Sweet Tooth, a Carlisle business specialising in tempting goodies including fresh waffles, crepes, smoothies and milk shakes. Sumer, of Sweet Tooth explained that they were shortly opening new premises on Devonshire Street and needed their

2019-11-13T10:15:24+00:00

Drinks Photography – Solway Spirits Craft Distillery

Styling & Drinks Photography.  Rhubarb Crumble Gin – just one example of the fabulous gins and liqueurs produced at Solway Spirits craft distillery. When the lovely Lorraine from Solway Spirits got in touch to ask if I could photograph their products I did not hesitate.  A big yes from me! Catalogue style imagery The requirement was twofold:  Photograph the entire

2019-05-09T12:20:43+01:00

National Pie Week – Vegan Mushroom & Red Wine Pies

Mushroom & Red Wine Pies A delicious, flavour packed pie. The combination of field mushrooms and red wine make for a rich, pie that rivals the flavour and texture of a traditional meat-based pie – honestly! Ingredients 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 medium carrots, roughly chopped 1 heaped spoon of garlic salt Pack of 4

2019-03-08T16:25:03+00:00
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