Recent work

Ice… Bucket… Action…

I know we’ve all seen heaps of these already. You don’t have to watch it if you don’t want to. But it had to be done, so we shot it in the style of a recipe video… With apologies to Gordon Ramsey. You could donate to the Motor Neurone Disease Association if you like. That’s the […]

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Strawberry summers forever

For the third summer in a row I’ve had the pleasure of filming with Sweet Eve Strawberries. This year we worked with the very talented cookery writer, Justine Pattison. She’s an expert in the art of freezing and she developed these delicious recipes and techniques for freezing strawberries.   Strawberry and mint ice cubes. Pimms o’clock in an […]

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sticky figgy fliers

First shot from a comprehensive set of food photography for Demuth’s Vegetarian Cookery School in Bath. Fresh figs roasted with cardamom and orange. The pictures are destined for the new Vegetarian Cookery School book to be published later this year. But this one has made an early appearance on a new set of fliers advertising […]

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Coconut Chilli

Spent a wonderful day photographing this set of four Indian dishes from Bristol’s enterprising new food company, Coconut Chilli. Navina Bartlett aims to give the world of ready-meals a well needed kick in the pants with this little menu. She is already supplying office workers in Bristol with individual potfuls of these recipes, and she […]

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Fresh strawberries

. I filmed, directed and edited three new food films with Sweet Eve Strawberries this summer. Production was by Pam Lloyd. Cookery, food styling, location and recipes by Silvana de Soissons of the Foodie Bugle. . . . Lots more details and recipes can be found on the Sweet Eve Strawberries website.

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Norfolk samphire

Samphire with eggy bread. A combination devised and devoured by the Wicks family on holiday in Norfolk last week. The salt marshes of the north (very flat) Norfolk coast are currently home to about ten zillion acres of marsh samphire. You can buy little bags of it from tiny stalls in just about every village […]

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