It was a beautiful sun-filled
Saturday in the city.
While most people were still asleep in their beds, I was
already at the flower market trying to find spring-like flowers.
Not that easy in October. Then I went to the farmers market
to get micro greens, the most amazing radishes, and carrots.
And why was I up so early? Because it was the very first
Sweet Paul food styling and food photography workshop.
Together with photographer Colin Cooke, I had planned an
eventful day where the workshoppers joined us in a real shoot
for Sweet Paul Magazine.
We had rented Shooting Kitchen for the day, one of New
York’s best food studios.
They where there for every step of the process: picking the
props, setting up the set, styling of the food, lighting, photography, and more. After Colin shot the food they could all
shoot it with their cameras.
It was a great bunch of people, everyone had a fab time, and
lunch was yummy.
Our next workshop will be held in New York
in February 2012.