I got to style and shoot this fun holiday appetizers shoot. This past Christmas season was different from usual, but we could still indulge in some of our favorite goodies with those closest to us to celebrate the season.
I hope that you have a lovely holiday and that 2021 sorts itself out. Here’s to better days ahead!
Here is a recent personal project. I loved tapioca as a kid. It was one of my favorite desserts. My mom used to make it from that Kraft minute tapioca pudding mix. I tried this with Reese’s Specialty Foods large tapioca. Isn’t it fun paired with the star fruit? (Confession: this was my first time trying star fruit. It made me really want to take a trip to Indonesia and try it fresh. I can imagine it’s loads better at the source.)
I loved the texture of the large tapioca pearls. Now I’ll have to used the rest to make some Bubble Tea. I’ll be sure to share the results.
I’ve been doing a lot of remote work the last several months as many others have. It has become the new norm and I’m really enjoying it.
This work is from several months ago and I’m just getting around to publishing it.
I still struggle with peeling hard boiled eggs, but glad I got these ones to come out alright. There might not be an appetizer more delicious than deviled eggs. Go ahead, try to think of one. I’ll wait. Also, does any one else eat breakfast burritos almost daily? No? Me neither.
Hi there. We’re in the thick of summer heat and what could be better than ice cream. It’s really too bad that I can’t hand you a cone through the screen, Willy Wonka style.
I took these a while ago and realized, true to form, that I never posted them. I shot them for a local ice cream and dessert shop. It was such a fun challenge to undertake as ice cream is such a tricky subject (what with it melting and all). Planning and working fast is a must (and a nice body double while you get the shot right).
School just started, but temperatures are still hitting the triple digits. So there’s plenty of reasons to makes this refreshing and cooling frozen drink.
I shot this a while back for a beverage photography challenge on instagram a while back. I’ve been spending most of my time with savory food lately, it was fun to dip my toe into something totally different.
- 3 cups frozen, seedless watermelon
- 1 cup pink grapefruit Schweppes, or your favorite sparkling soda, or sparkling wine, chilled
- Pinch of salt
- Additional Schweppes
- watermelon slices for garnish
- Process frozen watermelon, Schweppes, and salt in a blender until smooth
- Pour mixture into glasses. Top off with additional soda. Garnish with watermelon slices if desired.