PLANTLAB

It was a massively inspiring, labor intensive and time consuming project. Together with brilliant chefs Matthew Kenney and Scott Winegard, we created PLANTLAB, a 300 page cook book published by Regan Arts / Phaidon.  29 days of shooting in LA, Miami and New York over a period of 5 months; cooking, styling and capturing a total of 222 images.

PLANTLAB celebrates innovative plant based cuisine. The 90-plus recipes employ a modern, creative approach organized in four sections that build on progressing skills: Fundamentals, Advanced, Professional, and Future of Food.

I have no doubt that this book will further transform how society views plant based cuisine and I’m very happy to be a part of this effort.

Available on reganarts.com and amazon.com.

Full image gallery: PLANTLAB Cookbook

Feel like flipping through the book for a quick preview?  Enjoy:

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FoodPhoto Festival 2017

The FoodPhoto Festival in Denmark once again brought together some of the most renowned food photographers, stylists, art directors and magazine editors from 32 different countries, to exhibit their images, conduct workshops, portfolio reviews and conferences.  I was happy to attend again and to hold two workshops on Daylight Food Photography, as well as a conference on the same topic.  A big thank you to organizer Guenter Beer and his team, who did an amazing job producing the World’s only FoodPhoto Festival.  Here are some impressions from Vejle:

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Martha Stewart Living Magazine

It’s such a pleasure to do editorial work for Martha Stewart Living Magazine!  Together with terrific food stylists Sarah Carey and Greg Lofts, we shot two columns of ‘Food & Gatherings’ – Classic Biscotti and Scalloped Potatoes, for back to back issues.

To see the full series, please visit: https://fabrik-studios.com/food/martha-stewart-living/1

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Flavour – Dining App

A very stylish new app to find your city’s best restaurants, tailored to your current cravings. Once you select your location, choose a destination based on neighborhood, cuisine and special requests. All of the suggestions are culled from food critics, bloggers and locals:

http://www.getflavour.com/

Since this app was designed around my photography (food styling by David Bouley), I am obviously a little biased when it comes to it’s look…  However, it’s not only beautiful but also very useful and highly functional.  Download it here for free.  Covered cities:  NYC, Chicago and San Francisco.

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