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.
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.
New York photographer Andre Baranowski is an artist whose clients include top American corporations as well as major magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens, Garden Design, Food and Wine and Men’s Health.
Jean Cazals was 19 years old when he decided to become a photographer. He enjoys shooting food on location and travelling abroad where he meets a wide variety of people.
Food photographer Joy Skipper, who is based in London, constantly has food on her mind. When she’s not photographing it, then she’s busy with the styling or preparations for a photo shooting.
Shaun Cato-Symonds worked as a chef before becoming a photographer. His culinary background served him well and he has now been working as a food photographer for more than 20 years.