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Category Archives: Lincolnshire PR Photography

This week’s recipe – Breakfast Brioche Bread and Pecan Pudding

Here’s the first in a regular series of recipe blogs from Green and Powell food photography & recipe development, a superb Breakfast Brioche Bread and Pecan Pudding with Maple Syrup. Chef, Rachel Green and I have produced and photographed over 1000 recipes together over the last ten years and published two recipe books. Much of our work […]

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Another Hello! magazine spread by Green & Powell Food Photography and recipe development

Hello! magazine has featured another spread of work by Green and Powell food photography and recipe development. Five of Rachel Green’s recipes featuring eggs photographed by me are featured in the spread in the Hello! lifestyle section. They are all brilliant. I know because I tried each one when I’d finished doing the food photography. A particular […]

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Breakfast food photography with L J Fairburn

A large family breakfast I shot for egg producer L J Fairburn has been used to decorate the company’s board room. The directors and children gathered at the home of chef Rachel Green as part of our food photography commission. A stream of runny eggs and toast emerged from Rachel’s kitchen as part of a campaign […]

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Wrendale Designs in Simple Things Magazine

I have a page spread of pictures in the current issue of Simple Things. Artist and designer Hannah Dale of Wrendale Designs is featured on the ‘My day in cups of tea’ page, a spread of pictures taken as part of a wider commission to provide PR and editorial imagery. Hannah’s wonderful paintings adorn a […]

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Shed of the year

Here are two of the contenders I photographed for Shed of the Year sponsored by Cuprinol and commissioned by Imagewise. The first (below) is Ilona Richard’s entry in the Budget category made entirely from reclaimed materials and decorated with her own craftwork created at her table and chairs in the shed itself. Ilona rescued most […]

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