Hosted by Brona Cosgrave and Lisa Homa
Wednesday, April 3
$15 per person
Regardless of what area of the food and beverage industry you work in, it seems food photography has become a necessary skill for all of us. If you post food photos to showcase your recipe development or blog posts, promote your products or just to show you are embedded in the culinary world, then this member-only Q&A food styling session is for you!
Lisa Homa’s food styling work can be seen in advertising, packaging, cookbooks, magazines and on television. She’s worked with major brands, and noted cookbook authors and has been profiled in several publications and featured on NPR’s “Studio 360”. Although she primarily works in New York City, demand for her expertise has taken her around the globe from Italy to Cyprus to Korea. In this workshop, you will learn how to take better photos and sharpen your skills without letting your food get cold! Your specific questions will be addressed in this interactive workshop. Light refreshments will be served.
Limited to 18 attendees, Members ONLY.
2 Volunteers Needed: 1 for write-up of 3-5 takeaways/photos, 1 for sign-in/light clean-up
For further information contact: Brona Cosgrave
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