Originally from Dublin, Katie has been living in Australia for the last few years working as a photographer specialising in food, travel and lifestyle. Her acclaimed food blog ‘What Katie Ate’, for which she develops, cooks, styles and shoots every recipe, is hugely successful with over 250,000 followers worldwide. In 2012 the first ‘What Katie Ate’ cookbook was published and became an immediate bestseller around the world. And in 2013 Katie won the prestigious John Beard Awards for best photography and best general cookbook and published a follow up ‘What Katie Ate At The Weekend’.
As you can see her pictures are beautiful, with a rich textured style that has won her a lot of followers and plenty of clients including a major British supermarket that hired her to shoot their 2015 Christmas food campaign. But more of that later..
Pip recently photographed The Hunger Games, Journey to the Centre of the Earth and Bridge to Terabithia star Josh Hutcherson for British GQ Magazine. Josh spoke the magazine about his current role as Peeta Mellark, and his mother’s mysterious surname…
Here’s a sneak peak of the shoot which took place across the rooftops of The Cafe Royal Hotel in London’s Trafalgar Square. Josh’s sports luxe looks were styled by Anders Solvsten Thomsen, with grooming by Paul Donovan.
Check out the December issue of GQ for the rest of Pip’s images and the interview.
Food and still life photographer Scott Grummett was commissioned to photograph the heroes of the new Honest Burgers breakfast menu – the Honest Muffin, Breakfast Bun and Rosti Muffin.
Honest also celebrated the opening of their new restaurant on Liverpool Street by giving away 100 free burgers everyday this week – all gone in a matter of minutes!
Below are Scott’s images of the stark tiled face and cosy interiors of the new Liverpool Street restaurant.
If you haven’t read Scott’s discussion on food and restaurant photography, you can find it on our blog. In it he discusses the method behind what he does for clients just like Honest.
Jay Brooks photographed actress Rebecca Front for the cover of her book, Curious, a collection of autobiographical stories, memories and personal anxieties. Front is currently touring literary festivals with the book, which has received critical acclaim since it’s release.
By turns poignant, comic and uplifting, CURIOUS is a book of stories, all of them true, though sometimes perhaps a little bent out of shape in the telling. We learn, among other things, why a Mexican wave is a symbol of oppression, how to navigate a conversational cul-de-sac with a French vegan train driver, and why keeping a pet rabbit on a lead is perfectly normal.
Pip photographed Olympic super heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua for the December issue of Men’s Health magazine. The shoot was part of the magazine’s 100 page watch pull out, ‘Synchronised’.
In 2011 Joshua won the silver medal at the World Amateur Boxing Championships, securing his place on Great Britain’s 2012 London Olympic team, where he won gold. Since beginning his professional career Joshua stands undefeated, claiming the WBO International Heavyweight title in October.
Styling by Eric Down, Senior Style Editor @ Men’s Health | Grooming by Oscar Alexander @ ERA
To see more from Scott, check out his food photography gallery.
The National Portrait Gallery in London has purchased this photograph of Sir Bradley Wiggins, by Jay Brooks, for their Photographs Collection.
Sir Bradley, whose career achievements include numerous titles from both track and road cycling, is the first British cyclist to gain a podium finish in Tour de France history. Wiggins was awarded his knighthood as part of the 2013 New Year Honours.
The Gallery now has four of Jay’s photographs – including actress Hayley Atwell and The Other Boleyn Girl screenwriter, Peter Morgan.
See more of Jay’s portraits on the Shoot website.