Deconstructed food

Part of being a food photographer is to be creative with how you portray the food you're asked to shoot. Obviously your wanting to provide your clients with something beautiful, eye catching and professional that will present their product or dish in its best light - but sometimes I enjoy taking a step into the preparation of this dish or beverage. I find that it helps to understand the process of how it was made in the first place.

I love the process behind how food is made - I'm passionate about organic and the welfare of animals and love british farming. I recently did a photoshoot for the Rhug Estate in Wales, where Lord Newborough operates a beautiful organic farm where they produce the most incredible meat - and this process really excites me.

Over the next few weeks I'll be uploading plenty of deconstructed food to my blog, so keep an eye's a milk shake below: