FOOD IN COLOUR. Recipe development, styling and shooting the vegetarian and vegan Penguin book, Buddha Bowls.
A YEAR IN CHEESE. Recipe development, food styling and photography for use by client brands such as Sainsbury’s.
EAT THE WORLD. Creative development and direction of the pop up in London. Menu development, food styling and photography, interior design and sourcing.
NAUGHTY FRUIT. Food styling for the ‘naughty fruit’ video.
LEAFY LONDON. Food styling and photography at the leafy London Café.
TEN YEARS AGO. Over the desks of the studio he asked me out for a drink. I giggled, I didn’t think I was his type and newly single I’d told myself I’d stay that way a while.
TIME FOR TEA. One of a series of recipes created for Morrisons on the grownup tea party theme.
ZEN EATS. Recipe development, styling and shooting various healthy recipes spanning six issues.
A VEGAN CHRISTMAS PARTY PIECE. I’ve always loved Sainsbury’s Magazine (would be amazing to work on it some day) and was very taken recently with their beautiful sausage roll wreath created by Anna Glover.
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BREAKFAST WITH ELLA. Video and stills shoot food styling for recipes developed by Deliciously Ella.
JUICY ORANGES SPEAK OF THE SUMMER. But leafy clementines belong to winter. Sliced finely and dried gently in the oven these orange orbs scent the house deliciously, are beautiful hung with ribbon or string on a Christmas tree, and are a very welcome addition to a simmering pan of mulled wine.
1970’s LUXE. Recipe development and food styling for a 1970’s luxe style interiors photoshoot.
BIGGER, BOLDER, BEEFIER. Beef cooked on the bone always tastes better — it’s bigger, bolder and well, er, beefier. Shame it’s usually super pricey.
GLUTTON WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Minced beef crispy pancakes, remember them? Yeah me too. They were one of my pikey penchants during my teenage years, glutton without prejudice that I was.
TO THE LIBRARY! I’ve no idea if this originated on the island of Montechristo or if it appears the literary classic that shares the same name, but it’s bloody good.
A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE. Round these parts, when illness strikes of the cold and flu variety, the first thing my mind turns to is soup. Nope, not chicken soup (though I am partial to a good chook broth) but aromatic, zingy, spicy Thai soups.
’TIS THE SEASON. No, not Chrimbo (though that’ll be here soon enough) I’m talking about the abundance of pumpkins and squashes around us (the edible sorts, not the carving and sticking in the window varieties). So I thought it a good time to share this favourite recipe for getting the best out of them.
LOVE YOU LONG TIME. Laksa, tom kha soup and the piña colada are just a few of my favourite coconutty things, and now the coconut is having its moment in fashion I get to scoff it in all manner of stuff from snack bars to juices, which pleases me no end. Basically, if it’s got coconut in it, I want it.
ONE FOR THE ROAD. I think this might be my last proper recipe post and picture for a little while. Today I’m 40 weeks pregnant and as much as I’d like to think I’ll be able to have babyfruit in one arm and a wooden spoon/camera in another, I think it might take me a while to build up to that level of multitasking.
NO MESSING ABOUT. Given the comments, ooh’s and aah’s I’ve heard after posting this recipe on Twitter, Insta and taking a few squares of it in to the office, instead of wait until I had time to write an intro I thought it best for everyone concerned that I get the recipe up pronto.
IBIZAN DELIGHTS. I’ve been in a bit of a recipe rut of late, but our recent family holiday to the beautiful white island has proven a new source of food inspiration. Ibizan food it seems is having a moment in the sun, ’scuse the pun.
BOOZY BRUNCH. Development of a brunch recipe series. Shot and styled stills shoot. Styled motion shoot.