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food photography

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    The Secret to Salad

    My go to salads have only five ingredients, or main components. I always start with a bed of lettuce and add a fruit (ranging from berries to oranges, depending on the season), a cheese (usually something crumbled like goat or feta), and a nut/seed (candied…

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    Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner

    In 2017, I branched out and moved toward more things and less people in my photography. This does not mean I quit taking people photos because I was still on staff for the marketing department of a private school and regularly shot at San Francisco’s…

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    Canadian Client for the Win

    I use glass jars and containers when I can. It seems less wasteful than plastic wrap because it saves the food better and is washable for use after use. I even have a few vintage ball and atlas jars that I actually use. The problem…

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  • Pesto Recipe
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    Pesto

    We planted basil with the tomatoes in our garden this year to prevent tomato worms. The basil loved the extra water that we offer the tomato plants, and trimming it back with regular use made the plants full and prolific. When we first grew roses,…

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  • Food Photographer Nancy Ingersoll
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    I Eat What I Shoot

    I have been a frequent afternoon cookie consumer from a bakery regularly pass by in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco for some time now. It was several trips into the relationship when I realized that it is actually a social enterprise, which means…

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  • driscolls blueberries
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    Life-Long Learner

    Yes, that is me. I am a Life-Long Learner. That is part of the reason why I can tackle so many types of projects as a freelancer. If you have spend any time in my Instagram Feed, or poked around enough of my website, then…

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