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The Creatives

Camilla’s background as an artist has paved the way for her multidisciplinary career as a conceptual stylist, working across industries. Based between London and Wiltshire, she is available for creative direction, styling, and prop-sourcing. Her precise eye for detail combined with her ability to turn everyday items into art, has seen her produce sophisticated and eye-catching images and installations for clients around the world.

London-based food, drink and lifestyle photographer Chloe is the artistic eye half of You Bring The Wine, a newsletter featuring recipes written by Elena Silcock. Chloe’s vibrant, bright and bold imagery has an almost high-fashion edge, bringing a sense of fun and creativity to the dishes.


Ed is a lifestyle, food and travel photographer based between London and Bath. He has photographed many of the exciting restaurants and food businesses that have popped up in Somerset over the last couple of years including Osip, The Newt & At The Table Co, but his clients stretch to all over the UK and around the world.

Holly Wulff-Petersen founded Rye London in a light-filled studio in Dalston back in 2016. Shortly after, it became a hub of food and creativity, a place to host supper clubs, events, workshops and shoots with food writers, stylists and creatives from the UK and all over the world.

A self-taught photographer, Holly also trained as a chef at Leith’s School of Food and Wine, creating and developing recipes that she then shoots with her keen eye.


London based food stylist, recipe writer and tester Hattie Arnold studied at Leiths School of Food & Wine before going on to work as a pastry chef at Petersham Nurseries Café in Richmond. There she developed a love for fresh, seasonal and sustainable food that she has carried over into her food styling and recipe writing for cookbooks and food magazines.


From a background in fine art to helping some of the world’s biggest food & lifestyle brands to shine, Karuna has been acclaimed for creating beautiful imagery and inspiring brands to realise the infinite possibilities for their development and growth.


London-based food and prop stylist Kitty Coles tells stories through food — her relaxed, lived-in style is immediately recognisable. She is the co-owner of life drawing and supperclub events Charcoal Art Club, alongside fellow food stylist Rosie Ramsden, and the founder of From Mallorca, sourcing and selling beautiful homewares and unique pieces from the island of Mallorca.


Maria Bell is a freelance photographer based between the Isle of Wight and London. Her moody, almost chiaroscuro style has a painterly feel, making her photos the kind you want to have on your wall. Maria’s work primarily centres around food, lifestyle, portraiture and the environment with a particular interest in the intersection of nature, sustainability and its effects on wider society; especially within food and farming.

Liam is an award winning food and travel photographer based in South East London, working mainly across food and still life. He has shot for clients such as Deliveroo, Scottish Field Magazine and for various restaurants in and around England.


Lizzie has a background in fine art, but since moving to London has shot food, still life, lifestyle, and portraiture, her style is natural but she always makes sure there is a touch of magic somewhere in the image, usually through her lighting. Her work has featured in many editorial magazines, cookbooks and lots of commercial work for brands.

Australian-born Patricia Niven is an award winning food and portrait photographer. Her work is known for its rich, textural style and timeless luminosity. She describes her approach as nimble; as at home photographing in a field with mud on her boots as she is in a studio or a Michelin starred restaurant. Her natural warmth and love of people means she thrives when collaborating with a team, relishing the magic of the combined energy in a room, whether it be for commercial, editorial or freelance commissions.


Philippa Langley — The Modern Preserver — 2015

Philippa is a London based editorial and commercial photographer specialising in food, lifestyle and travel. She has photographed the cookbooks of some of the UK’s most exciting food writers, including Kylee Newton’s The Modern Preserver, Henrietta Inman’s The Natural Baker and more recently, Melissa Hemsley’s Eat Green. 


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