Chefs for Farmers brings chefs, artisans, and culinary influencers together to celebrate support for local and regional farmers at a three-day culinary blowout.
This year I had the privilege of focusing my lens on these fun people for CFF’s promotional material. Thank you for this opportunity, Iris Midler, Co-Founder & Director of Festival. Chefs: Angela Hernandez from Top Knot, Katherine Clapner from Dude Sweet Chocolate, Meaders Ozarow from Empire Baking Company. Brian Huynh sommelier at The French Room. Michael Ehlert chef at The French Room. Junior Borges from The Joule. Eric Dreyer chef at Fearings, and Matt McCallister from FT33! Thanks to all of you for the fun and for making it to the studio on time!
Below are some of the pictures you will see on social media and through out the city from now till November for the 2017 CFF Festival. Food styling by Paige Fletcher. Make-Up and hair by Traci Moore. Moral support, Iris Midler and my amazing agent, Heather Williams.
Honestly delicious food. Prepared and served by happy people! What more can you ask for? Here are some fotos from our first shoot, deliciously styled by Megan Shea.
This set was from my last shoot in January for Pizza Hut’s menu boards at Target stores. Next time you go to Target look for them in the food area! Food styling by Paige Fletcher. Prop styling, Phillip Groves.
One my favorite museums, the SF MOMA. The interior of this building gets the most beautiful light all day long. Designed by Swiss architect Mario Botta.
….a senior at the University of North Texas, studying communication design with a focus on art direction. Kelly reached out to us earlier this year to help her with her school projects. First for the Cookie Dough project and most recently the Grilled Cheese campaign, from concept, to art direction, to styling, Kelly does it all! She graduates this May and is ready to take on the world of advertising! This girl makes it happen! Visit her website here.
A collaboration with one of my favorite people, artist, designer, Sean Springer. Over the course of a couple of months, I documented the process while he worked on this seven foot wood sculpture.
In Sean’s own words: “Catharsis, the sculpture, is a product of my journey through twilight hours, seeking truth in the wilderness and daring to release my feelings about losing and seeking love. The true essence of this piece is immortalized in photographs by Manny Rodriguez, which capture moments of sentiment as they occurred in the process.”
Home fashion stills styled by Jan Jones. For Neiman Marcus The Book.