Drina Cabral is an award-winning food photographer who is able to bring together a harmonious relationship between art & design. Her work in the realm of conceptual food photography explores a dimension of food that engages dialogue, art and thought.
Her attention to lighting and clever artistic composition, has set Drina apart from others in her field, and has aided in a wide client folio comprising of large hotel brands such as The Atlantis at the Palm- Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, Nobu, The Ritz Carlton JBR, Jean Georges ‘JG’; world labels such as Godiva Arabia, Wendy's, KFC, Seara, McDonalds; and numerous other home grown restaurants.
Her accolades include a category award in the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2015; in addition to her image of ‘Red Pears’ shot in the manner of a renaissance painting showcased in the July 2015 digital exhibition at ‘The Louvre’, in Paris, as part of the Exposure Award Exhibit.
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