Growing up, food and photography were a big part of my life. There was a studio at home and always a camera that was passed around. As kids, my twin brother and I would always be doing photoshoots in the house, and that is where our love for photography began.
Eventually, when I decided to make a full-time career out of it, food was something that I naturally gravitated towards. There was a lot of work to be found in magazines and cookbooks. Moreover, I realised that photographing food provided me the opportunity to learn, practice and experiment with various lighting techniques, which then allowed me to take on different assignments.
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