London: Andy Seymour

Andy Seymour specialises in food, drink and still life photography.

He operates out of his Central London studio.

Visit his website for more information.

Hamburg - Zurich: Bernd Grundmann

Bernd Grundmann is an experienced advertising photographer who is based in Hamburg and Zürich. His work is focused on food photography for editorial and advertising clients.

Bernd splits his working life between locations and the studio. He has produced several books and recently worked with Markus Wareing, Andreas Caminada, Wolfram Siebeck, Johann Lafer, Harrald Rüssel, Johannes King and Nils Henkel, among many others. He shoots regularly for gourmet magazine Der Feinschmecker.

Besides his sophisticated skills in still life photography, Bernd regularly shows his passion for portraiture and landscapes. Visit his website for more information.

London: Duncan Loughrey

Duncan Loughrey has been shooting food, drink and still life for 25 years.

Whether it's cool mouth-watering sorbets or a meat-fest of steak and ribs on a flaming grill, he brings a wealth of experience to any shoot. A great technician and a master of lighting, Duncan's approach to his work remains clean and simple.

2010 continues to be a busy and eventful year with one of Duncan's images being short-listed for the AOP Open Awards.

Visit his website for more information.

Hamburg - New York: Gaby Zimmermann

Gaby Zimmermann is a food and interior photographer based in Hamburg and New York City. She works internationally for both advertising and editorial clients in Europe and the USA.

Clients include: Smucker's (USA), Jacob's, Melitta, Mövenpick, Gallo-Wein, Sunkist, Coca-Cola, Knorr, Kellogg's, Omira, Hengstenberg, Tchibo, Eduscho, Feinschmecker, Elle Bistro, Country, Essen & Trinken, Healthy Living, Living at Home, Brigitte, Für Sie, Meine Familie and ich KreativKüche.

Visit her website for more information.

London: Gareth Sambidge for Process

Renowned food photographer Gareth Sambidge is very much liked in the industry by art buyers, project managers, creatives and his crew for a characteristically clean technique, positive attitude and relaxed approach to his work.

Gareth has been in demand from design companies and the advertising industry for many years. Recent commissions include an inspiring advertising campaign for McDonald's, press campaigns for the British Meat Council, and editorial and packaging commissions through Waitrose, Tesco and Asda. Watch this space for his latest commission, shooting a cookbook in the glamorous surroundings of Barbados.

Check Process' site for Gareth's latest projects, commissioned work, extensive client list, and to register for email updates.

Process can also be followed on twitter.

London: Hilary Moore

Hilary Moore continues her busy schedule working with many major food brands. Above all, she enjoys developing her personal conceptual work.

Hilary was recently the subject of a magazine article shooting with the three 2010 Master Chef finalists.

Visit her website for more information.

Hilary is represented by The Angela Woods Agency.

Jason Lowe London

Award-winning food and travel photographer Jason Lowe has to date collected two Glenfiddich Awards for his food photography and worked with some of the finest food producers and most inspirational cookery writers.

He has a regular column in The Independent on Saturday with Mark Hix and his work has appeared in many books and magazines worldwide, including Food and Travel, Food Illustrated and Saveur. His advertising clients include Birds Eye, Marks and Spencer, Pizza Hut, Hovis and Sainsbury’s. Jason has his own purpose-built, fully equipped studio, conveniently located in Central London.

London: Jonathan Pollock

Jonathan Pollock has recently been shooting packaging for a leading European supermarket, including bacon and ham products, followed by a new collection of cakes and cheesecakes for an Irish patisserie company. "It was all very tempting, with the result being that the belt has had to be loosened and running shoes put on."

Visit his website for more information.

Bremen: Kai Schwabe

Kai Schwabe works from his daylight studio in the centre of Bremen. He likes to experiment with different lighting conditions for both food and still life shoots. For Kai, using the same lightbox for every project is not an option.

He recently completed a range of projects for Kraft Foods and is currently working on a luxury-packaging shoot for a large German chain store in France. His competent assistant Andrea is always at his side, as is his team of food and prop stylists who provide clients with leading expertise for every project.

Clients include Maggi, Kraft, Philadelphia, Jacobs, Tassimo, Alberto, Heinz, Président, Aldi Nord/Süd, Edeka, Penny, Lidl and Rewe.

Kai is currently looking for representation. Visit his website for more information.

London: Mark Kensett

Mark Kensett is a UK-based photographer specialising in food, people, travel and location assignments. He spends his time between studios in London and Yorkshire when not travelling. His work varies from cookery books to advertising and packaging, or expedition and reportage travel assignments. He is as happy working with natural light as he is in a more controlled studio environment and has over 25 years experience drawing out the essence of each project.

Mark is happiest working with people who really believe in what they do, capturing their enthusiasm and communicating it through imagery. Visit his website for more information.

London: Stephen Conroy

Stephen Conroy is a London-based photographer specialising in food and drink images.

His straight-forward natural approach allows clients to enjoy shoots at his welcoming studios.

He also has a photography studio for hire in London.

Visit the website or call +44 (0)207 582 9557 for more information.

Moscow: Tatiana Shkondina

Tatiana Shkondina's food photography is filled with her passion for beautiful, delicious imagery. As a food stylist Tatiana also takes a very thorough yet passionate approach to her work, creating 'from scratch' the highest quality food photos that have both strong appetite appeal and emotional impact. Her work is characterised by loving attention to detail, from selecting ingredients to the final post production of her images.

Tatiana's experience includes work for international brands including Campbell’s, Nescafé, Lurpak, Jacob's, Gastronom and Men’s Health magazines as well as advertising agencies such as Mildberry, JWT and Leo Burnett.

Tatiana is based in Moscow. Visit her website for more information.

Thessaloniki: Theodosis Georgiadis

Theodosis Georgiadis has a passion for light as well as extensive knowledge and experience using a variety of photographic techniques. He is one of the most successful food, interiors, travel and hotel photographers currently working in Greece.

He also recently began receiving widespread acclaim abroad due to his combination of quality work and reasonable pricing.

Visit Theodosis' website for more information.

London: Tony Briscoe

Based in his Central London studio, Tony Briscoe has established a wide variety of editorial, design and advertising clients both in the UK and across Europe.

His most recent clients include The Co-operative, Maitre Pierre, Weight Watchers, JamieOliver.com, New Holland and British Onions. He is currently working on campaigns for Seasonal Berries and Eat Seasonably.

Tony is just as happy shooting on location as he is in the studio. Visit his website for more information.