Welcome to Brighton based bakery, The Flour Pot; a wonderful establishment full of wonderful people, making wonderful breads, buns, sandwiches and pastries – and I know, I ve tasted them!
I thoroughly enjoyed this job. It reminded me of why I do what I do and why I must continue doing what it is I do.
Shooting food – and any subject for that matter – in situ without overly manipulating the environment is a brilliantly liberating experience. Lines, textures and light naturally create wonderful compositions and all that is required of the photographer is to open his eyes and get shooting. Brilliant!
Happy, very happy indeed.
I consider this my first ‘proper’ magazine cutting. The Weekender is a Kent focused freemium that looks at lifestyle, food and culture. This is the first issue, and I certainly hope it continues to develop. I love this work.
These pages are ‘rough’ and haven’t yet incorporated print-ready photos, but you get the gist.
I must also thank two very important people, for without their expertise and guidance, I just wouldn’t have had the experience necessary to shoot a piece like this. So many thanks Xenia and Edward!
Welcome again to Ed & Xenia’s Supper Club.
We lavishly fed and watered 22 guests and a two man film crew. It was a fantastic few days and as always, a pleasure to be part of.
The theme was Serving Summer. The menu and more information about the club can be seen here,
Perhaps we’ll see you next time.
Rain teased but the sun remained - much to our relief
Xenia won the argument; Sangria is made with lemonade
Sorting the tapas boards
Galician almond cake with sour cherry compote and peach and cinnamon ice cream