Louise is a food and still life photographer who creates delicious images by combining inventive ideas with beautiful recipes. Her still life work is playful and vivid, giving familiar objects and scenes an unexpected twist that makes them memorable and intriguing.
Her style draws on a wide range of classical and modern influences; the way light, textures and rich colours are used in Old Master’s paintings; the soft, contrasting tones used by Wes Anderson in his films; the sense of importance that shrines transfer to everyday objects. She combines these to elevate the status of food and objects, creating images that are beautiful, conceptual and eye-catching.
From developing initial creative concepts to finished images, Louise works collaboratively with clients and a network of experienced set designers and stylists.
Louise creates delicious images by combining inventive ideas with beautiful recipes
Her recent projects include art direction and photography for new product launches by a gin and a whiskey brand, the ‘Posh Toast’ cookbook (published by Quadrille) and Guardian Weekend’s food pages for Yotam Ottolenghi and Thomasina Miers.
After working for top high street and e-commerce brands, Louise assisted on shoots for cookbooks by a top London restaurant, the Duck and Waffle, and Itsu. Louise graduated from the University of Westminster with a First in Photographic Arts.
The Guardian, Harrods, The Future Laboratory, Quadrille Publishing, RPS Publishing, Sipsmith’s Gin, Jude’s Ice Cream, Diageo, Kerry Gold, Uncle Ben’s, House & Garden Magazine, Wall Street Journal Europe, Duracell, Vogue India, Topman.