One of my favorite cookbook authors and friends Amy Chaplin will be at Book Larder presenting her new cookbook “Whole Food Cooking Every Day”. I will be there to interview her about this new book, vegetarian cooking and her journey into wellness.
It’s a ticketed event that includes a signed copy of the book.
Stay tuned for more details.
I offer this workshop in partnership with the Photo Center NW in Seattle. It will take place at my studio but please visit the PCNW website for registration.
On this 6-hour class I will run through what a still life and food photo shoot looks like for me. Discussing how to find light, how to manipulate it, shooting tethered for most efficient workflow, styling and composition, prop selection and food styling philosophy.
In this 2-day workshop, we will walk through:
Creating a cookbook proposal.
Recipe writing and testing process.
Creating a budget and staying on schedule.
Building a prop closet and utilizing what you have.
How to cook, style and photograph recipes in a streamline manner.
Creating a world through photography and words.
Editing of content from recipes to photography.
Thinking about sales and marketing.
This workshop will benefit those who are considering or actively working towards a cookbook. Whether you are doing it all yourself or having people assist in the process, it is always beneficial to understand everything that goes into creating a cookbook so you can prepare and organize.
Come join me and other Seattle authors at Book Larder for Independent Bookstore Day. Let’s support our local bookstores and small businesses!
6-hour hands-on workshop where I will demonstrate my work flow from cooking, to styling food, to photography. Students will get to style and shoot their own images under my guidance.
Some photography knowledge is preferred although not required.
E-mail me with any questions at email@example.com.
An intensive Food + Photography Workshop with Aran Goyoaga
Join me for a one or two day food + photography workshop at the beautiful light filled Sunday Suppers Studio in New York City.
TICKETS ARE SOLD AT SUNDAY SUPPERS SHOP.
Each day incorporates a lesson about cooking and baking as well as styling and photographing the work. Attendees will watch me make a sweet and savory recipe, and be invited to partake in the action as well. I will also discuss my social media approach and getting work published.
Breakfast and lunch will be served each day by Sunday Suppers and all attendees will go home with a gift set from the ILA line.
Day One: Sweet
This will be a hands-on day spent learning my process from baking, to styling food for camera, thinking about light and composition. You will get to shoot process and still life images under my guidance. We will take advantage of late summer and early fall produce to create her pear and hazelnut frangipane tart, hibiscus poached peaches with pink peppercorn meringue and sourdough bread and fall tartines.
Day Two: Savory
On day two, I will continue to dig deeper into my styling and photography process cooking while making gluten-free pasta, roasted chicken with apples, rose hips and wild herbs and mushrooms with eggs on toast. You will get to photograph the process and style your own still life images.
Marine Area 7 would like to present Andrea Gentl and Martin Hyers, who together with Aran Goyoaga, will be teaching a two-day food and travel photography workshop on Lummi Island. All students will learn about photography and food styling from the perspective of working professionals.
The workshop will focus on two types of shooting: still life and reportage. For the food still-life portion, Andrea and Martin (professionally known as Gentl & Hyers) will discuss and demonstrate: composition, natural lighting and simple editing with Capture One. Shooting while tethered to a monitor, the students will view subtle techniques and changes in real time. How to make food beautiful will be a strong focus- to which Aran Goyoaga (AKA Canelle et Vanille) will bring professional expertise.
Each student will get a chance to practice techniques using simple tools all photographers should have in their kit. Marine Area 7 will provide surfaces and props which each student will have access to use in their photos.
Story telling and editing will be a theme throughout the weekend. Along with sharing their knowledge and success with reportage, Gentl and Hyers will discuss the use of social media to bring exposure to work and have each student create social posts in order to self-promote commercially, tell a story visually and or express oneself creatively. Beautiful Lummi Island and its local farms and makers will be the background for all to create their own visual story. The class will forage for edible subject matter & meet and photograph a maker from the island. Gentl and Hyers will discuss technique & gear as well as describe how to “see photographs”. At the end of the workshop, along with the instructors, the class will partake in a short critique of one another’s work, which will inspire and inform.
FOR TICKETS GO TO MARINE AREA 7
Please visit Ritchie Ace Camps for more details and registration.
You will learn the fundamentals of how to prep, prop and style food for the camera, using the bounty of beautiful foods of the region. Aran will also discuss the business of food photography, how to sell your images and what is required to take photographs that meet magazine publication standards.
The group will take a day trip to St. Jean de Luz in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques - a beautiful seaside town combining Spanish and French influences. While there, participants will photograph the beautiful fishing village and have lunch at a local cafe.