Archival Prints - Food
I was an art-director for The Kroger Company for over ten years. During that time, our agency created hundreds of photo shoots. The photos were used for our ads and in the magazine Goodness From Kroger, which I helped to launch. During that time, I learned a lot about food and how people eat with their eyes. Behind the scenes we used all kinds of tricks to enhance the beauty of the food - even shoe polish to darken a turkey! However, my personal food photography is a bit more pure. I am inspired by the Old Masters' paintings, where shadow and light are as enticing as the luscious food displayed in their art.
Prints are signed and printed using archival pigment Inks on imported fine art cotton rag velvet paper. No border, full bleed.