Food

Food photography is created to make your taste buds tingle!

They say you eat with your eyes and this is true of every food photo shoot I have shot to date!

I work mostly on location or studio based for smaller projects (having a big kitchen on site and plenty of props and backdrops means that we are able to shoot here on site if needs be).

And working closely with top chefs my work has been used for websites, brochures, catalogues, social media campaigns, and many more. As well as coming in 2nd place in the Global Food Photographer of the Year 2021 ‘Food For Celebration’ award.

Finalist – Champagne Taittinger – Food For Celebration!

The website is being updated to bring you the very latest completed projects and information.

Please pop back in a few weeks time or please call for information on 07711 855845 or email hello@carleandmoss.com

In the meantime have a look at some of the latest Food Photography Photo Shoots…

Shortlisted: Marks & Spencer Food Portraiture

The Kings Head Bar & Lounge

An Award Winning Team

National Curry Week

Award for Food Image for Rendcomb College

Lords of the Manor 2019 Dining Menu

Butter Beans at the Studio!

Happy International Wine Photography Day!

Food Photographer

Commercial Food Business and Lifestyle Photographer Gloucestershire

Food Photography

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