Adrianne Miller Roberts Australia

Adrianne Miller Roberts has worked as commercial photographer for over 15 years. She has a previous background in hospitality and a passion for food, and working closely with clients and creating beautiful food and drink photography is a true passion.

Works include TGI Fridays, Somersby’s and The Smith. Adrianne is Melbourne-based but available to work Australia wide and internationally.

Alexander Hofmann Aachen

Alexander has a passion for food and photography. He loves to experiment with visual elements and try new things.

He lives and works in Aachen (Germany) and sees himself as a one-man army.

Anas Cherur Dubai

"Dubai-based professional photographer with more than 10 years of experience, I began my career as a graphic designer. However, my passion for lights, shades and colours led to me morphing into a photographer.

Light is something that has always fascinated me. The same location seen at different times under different light conditions leaves the photographer in me amazed. Most of my photography inspirations are from cinema; cinematographer Roger Deakins is my all time favorite. Some day I hope to possess a portfolio - and a professional attitude - similar to that great man!

Over the last eight years in the UAE, I’ve contributed my photography skills to magazines such as BBC Good Food, CitizenK, WatchTime, InsideOut, Friday, Gulf News and Fatfeat, to name a few.

I love meeting and interacting with people every day, some of them I take along in this journey called life."

Andrew Currie London

Andrew Currie is a photographer who specialises in all things drinks related.

Focusing on high end spirits, he aims to create unique and striking imagery that captures the beauty of the liquid and the personality of the product. Whilst also having more than 15 years experience in brand design and art direction, Andrew provides a unique offering that covers all aspects of the creative process.

Working with clients in the UK, US and as far a field as Iceland, Andrew always strives to create beautiful images and often works remotely with clients whether on location or in the studio. 

Clients include: Accolade Wines, Highball Drinks, No.3 Gin, Olafsson Gin, Hills & Harbour Gin, Crook & Marker and Lipton Tea.

Ben Appleby London

Ben Appleby is a food, drink and still life photographer based in the UK, specialising in advertising imagery from his fully equipped studio.

Ben works with a well established team of freelance stylists, retouchers and assistants allowing him to build the perfect team for projects of any scale.

Focused on the fine details, Ben has become known for his strong, colourful images that highlight texture and quality.

Having recently produced images for Brockmans Gin, Two Birds Distillery and the Haswell & Hastings Gin sister companies, he continues to make a name for himself in the drinks industry as a rising talent.

Ben is represented in the UK by DA Artists, you can follow him on Instagram or head to his website to view his full portfolio.

Brent Herrig New York - Chicago

The brief is in!  Your client wants you to create something that will tell a story and capture the appetite appeal of the product.  Photographer and director Brent Herrig can help. Based in New York and Chicago, Brent supports in-house and agency clients to achieve stress-free productions that hit the brief.

Recently, Brent has been busy adapting to a new world of production, with full remote shooting options and realtime viewing for clients. This gives everyone the option to be safe while still producing new content. 

Some of Brent's recent clients including Nespresso, HH Bespoke Spirits and Moet Hennessy rely on Brent to capture their vision of food, drinks and products in the most collaborative, efficient way possible.

What can Brent help you with? Contact him directly to talk about your next project.

Represented by Emily Inman Brian Wright Chicago

Brian Wright is a Chicago-based still/motion food photographer. His worldwide travels and love of food comes through in each image he creates.

Brian works for a variety of agencies and CPG corporations creating advertising, packaging imagery and social/web content. They appreciate his motion-influenced lighting style which helps bring their products to life and the proficiency of his shoots.

Colin Campbell London

London food photographer Colin Campbell has continued to have a very busy year. He has been shooting for a lot of new brands as well as producing many food and product images for a loyal list of clients, who come to him for his lighting expertise and technical ability to bring their ideas to life. These include Waitrose, HSBC, Baxters and Domino's, to name just a few. More recently he has just finished Christmas campaigns for Co Op and Deliveroo.

Colin has a fantastic team of food stylists, assistants and retouchers and works out of his own 2000 sqft studio situated on the canal in Haggerston.

Colin is represented by Gill Turner.

Joe Pellegrini Chicago

One rarely goes a day without seeing Chicago photographer Joe Pellegrini’s work in store windows, magazines, catalogues, cookbooks or cereal boxes.  

For over two decades, Joe has been an industry leader in product and food photography. Also an accomplished painter, he has brought his artistic sensibilities to national campaigns for Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Kellogg's, Tyson and Ziploc and for the past 11 years has shot virtually all of Subway’s national and international print and outdoor ads as well as their in-store displays.  

Unflappable, Joe has made a career delivering memorable imagery with the utmost professionalism for products ranging from Scrubbing Bubbles to Jim Beam.  

Shoot days find his studio abuzz with clients snacking on mini candy bars while Joe and his group of top food stylists, special FX and digital technicians descend on every shot with a practiced efficiency and provide proven success.

Johan Visschedijk Amsterdam

"'Don’t drive and drink!' is what we always say, but are there moments when you need to?

I like to shoot cars and food, but people say that this is actually not really possible. Well judge for yourself if you like the shots you see. The fun factor in my work as a photographer is the biggest drive for me, and you can't do it all by yourself. That’s why having good people around you is so important. Having a good time with your team is even more fun.

Working for brands like Grolsch, Renault, Bacardi and KIA gives you a certain status, but working for less known brands can sometimes give you more enjoyment than any job you've ever dreamed of.

I do all my still photography in my small cosy studio in Amsterdam and for the bigger sets I rent a studio with everything we need and in the city we want to shoot."

Karen Thomas London

Karen’s love of food is evident in her still and motion work. She has spent the last 20 years passionately capturing food at its best and in the last few years, she has also enjoyed directing impressive motion work too.

This Spotlight feature begins with two beautiful Christmas desserts shot for BBC Good Food Magazine. The next three images are from the new eye-catching M&S party food packaging range.

Following on are two shots from a recent test shoot of delicate salmon with beetroot salt, a couple of images from the new Gastro M&S range, and lastly, three images from a vegan shoot featuring fiery tofu tacos.

The Association of Photographers awards were announced last month and Karen was thrilled to be a finalist with her Asian food film. The film can also be viewed in this Spotlight.

Karen’s recent projects include shooting the fantastic new Lidl Christmas ads which will be released very soon. She has also just completed shooting an exciting array of projects including the new range for Shwartz spices; delicious Old El Paso wraps; and more from the classic M&S Count on Us range. She is now excited to start filming a stunning new project for Circulon in December.

Kate Cauffiel Chicago

Kate Cauffiel is a bright and vibrant food and beverage photographer based in Chicago.

In a warm welcoming environment, together with her team, Kate creates fresh and enticing images that inspire appetite and captivate the senses. 

She loves collaborating with fellow creatives to develop ideas and concepts. Whether it's a bowl of beans or an indulgent tablescape, Kate brings passion and focus to every project.

Lenka Selinger Barcelona - Berlin

Despite the visual two-dimensional nature of a photograph, you can smell, feel and savour the food in Lenka's images. It's easy to imagine yourself as part of the food stories she tells so effortlessly.

Her unique style makes a brand relatable and memorable for its target audience, communicating excellence and care for details at all levels.

Lenka is experienced in creating exceptional food photography for restaurants, magazines, brands and packaging. Pepsico, Biochef and the SisterMag are just a few of her happy clients.

Her style is contemporary, organic and sometimes rustic. She mostly uses backdrops and props in neutral shades to show off the food and really let the colours and textures shine.

Mandy Toh Dubai

Mandy Toh is a food photographer and stylist based in Dubai, UAE.

She has a unique photography style of subtlety and boldness at the same time. She uses strong lines, shadows and strong colours in pop art food photography to create modern and vibrant food images.

Other than shooting for menus and websites, she also styles and shoots content for clients.

Her clients include Katsuya, Armani Hotel Dubai, Palace Downtown Dubai, Texas Roadhouse, TGIF, PF Chang’s and more. She works with international and regional clients and agencies. 

Have a look at Mandy’s work on her website or email her for more details or to share your briefs.

Metcalfe Lancaster Food & Drink London

Metcalfe Lancaster represent photographers and film-makers specialising in food & drink content.

"As well as helping you find the right artist for the job, we offer full production management and crew including producers, drinks, food and prop stylists, baristas, presenters, model makers, set builders – whatever is needed for your shoot.

We only represent nice people so we're great to work with - or at least that’s what we’ve been told."

Recent big shoots have been for Smirnoff, Green & Black’s, Guinness, Gordons Gin, Glenlivet, Jack Daniels.

Please email Julie Metcalfe or call her on +44 (0)7778 331771. Metcalfe Lancaster are members of The AOP and Photo Agents London.

Rebecca Peloquin Los Angeles

"I’m Rebecca, a food, beverage and product photographer based in Los Angeles with more than a decade of experience behind the camera. I’ve worked in a wide array of photographic specialties from beauty and portraiture, to cosmetics and now focused on everything food. This weird path makes me an expert in on set problem solving, food and product styling, creative set building, and on the fly posing, resulting in a well rounded versatility, prepared for any hiccups along the way. 

I’ve shot for restaurants, cookbooks, ad campaigns and social media for clients like Maybelline, Dole, Endorphin Chocolate, Hungryroot, Belcampo, many excellent alcohol brands and food charities like Food Forward

Since food is supremely important, to respect it properly I strive to avoid harmful food styling tricks that will render the food inedible and donate leftovers from set as I know firsthand how prevalent food scarcity is in all of our communities. I’m also reasonably fun."

Stuart Miller Australia

Photographer and motion director Stuart Miller’s effortlessly sophisticated visual style has consistently proven to be his greatest asset.

His fresh, yet considered approach to each concept, composition and lighting setup, is the hallmark of his unique work.

Stuart captures engaging details and conveys emotion with well crafted lighting and clever technical solutions that never distract from the essential messaging of each creative brief.

Selected clients include Coca-Cola, Jim Beam, Wild Turkey, Makers Mark, Jack Daniel’s, Dewar’s, McDonald’s, and Gatorade.

Sue Atkinson London

Throughout her 20+ years photographing food and drink, Sue’s love of organic form has become increasingly evident in the sensitive lighting and attention to detail she brings to her work for clients such as Coke, Danone, Godiva, McDonald’s, McVitie’s, Schweppes and Warburton’s.   

Capturing the essence of her subjects with mouth-watering realism, frequently in extreme close-up, her work is equally concerned with timing and freezing movement at the decisive moment which brings the still image to life. 

Sue is happy to work with clients and remotely.  After a shoot during lock-down her assistant, Bea, emailed: “I think the shoot went really well considering everything and that nobody is used to this kind of shoot. You were, as always, very calm and did an amazing job. You do know exactly what to do to make things look beautiful - it amazes me every time.”