A new kind of culinary hype is conquering European cities. “Black Food” has arrived in Europe’s trendiest eateries. The visual enchantment of charcoal-colored sausages, served in black buns or pitch black vanilla ice cream is undeniable.
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.
Lucy Parissi was born in Greece but now she lives in London where she works as a book designer, photographer and blogger. Her blog details her passion for baking and cooking.
Traditional and original recipes are the specialty of the Italian archeologist, cook and book lover. Her popular blog documents her efforts and supplies mouth-watering photos to inspire imitation. Who wouldn’t swoon for aubergine balls or cold melon soup?
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.