Elisabeth von Pölnitz-Eisfeld started her professional life as a trained nurse but soon went back to her artistic roots. Her love of food and its artful presentation soon brought her to her start her own food blog.
Photography started as a hobby when Gabriela Lupu was working as IT consultant. And then, just took over her life and all she wanted was to take photos all the time.
Photography has always been an integral part of Stacy Grant’s life. She started taking pictures of animals when she was just ten years old. Later she created collages using her images as the base.
Anthony Lanneretonne views photography much the way a Japanese Samurai would. The French photographer approaches his images as if engaging in battle. He sees in photography individual values, rituals, contradictions and challenges.
Eva Lambooij is lucky enough to be at home in two great European cities: Utrecht and Paris, where food is cult. She only started taking professional photographs a few years ago but already has a successful and popular blog where she shares her recipes and lifestyle features with her fans.
Egyptian-British photographer Yehia Asem El Alaily has been working as a professional photographer since 2005 and has been employed by many Egyptian and international clients. His portfolio of food images includes the dishes of near eastern cuisine.