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Foodie Highlights: Nov/Dec 2011                                            Jan/Feb 2011   
oct2011 highlights
Vaulting into year end, we're super busy both in studio and on location. Vancouver Magazine's Eat Drink Guide just released, brought me on a number of culinary excursions including this visit to Imperial Restaurant shooting Dim Sum and more. Food stylist Carol Jensson helped out for the "Home Fresh" menu photo shoot at The Pantry and we got our "meat on" with this swank rib-eye steak at Rockwell's Bar and Grill for an upcoming ad campaign. Another cover feature shooting the culinary pros at the Dirty Apron Cooking School for The Georgia Straight Magazine, followed by a beautiful sunny day enjoying the view and shooting the good eats at Beachside Forno in West Vancouver. And finally capturing Chef Julian Bond of PICA's cheddar bread pudding for Saputo's Ingredients Etc. Magazine.

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pumpkins The Foodie Files is a bi-monthly newsletter dedicated to sharing a passion and expertise in food and beverage photography, all delivered with tasty images, updates and anecdotes from Foodie Photography's epicurean endeavors.

Tips Tricks & Techniques 


A food stylist's kit often resembles a beautician's cosmetic bag with all the swabs, tweezers and cosmetic sponges. But these tools have a purpose and come in super handy, such as here, while handling miniscule parsley flakes that require both precise placement and removal. 

Hospitality Hotspot
nov2011 hospitality hot spot
Soaking in the breathtaking views at Fraiche Restaurant nestled in the West Vancouver mountains we spent a day shooting the artistry coming out of Chef Jefferson's Alvarez's kitchen. With a focus on wild, local and sustainable, this raw talent is getting a lot of press....and deservingly so, displaying a masterful hand with his ornate plating skills I really didn't have to do much to make these dishes look great for camera.

Featured Product 


Mink Chocolate's artist series bonbons, as much as they are an incomparable "mouth full"- also fringe on art. It's luscious contents are each donned by a unique graphic, signaling it's flavor profile....clever and beautiful! If you haven't already seen the ad on the side of the bus- these and many more one of a kinds can be found at The One of a Kind Show this December 8-11 at the New Vancouver Convention centre.  

Foodie Favorites
nov2011-faves- mushrooms
Working with Asia Pacific Farms earlier in the year, we tapped into our umami side, shooting these gorgeous organic fungi, such as the shiitake and yellow oyster, expertly prepared by Chef Hidekazu Tojo of Tojo's Restaurant fame and Chef Yoshiaki Maniwa of Zest Restaurant.


apple cider
The perfect time of year to take the chill off with something warm and comforting. The Chai Company brings life to this hot apple cider by infusing it with their (organic no less!) flavorful chai spice blend. If apple pie were in liquid form, this is what it would taste like!

Last Course 

almond cookieA professed "work-a-holic", I'm truly looking forward to the upcoming busy Holiday season. December is just around the corner along with last minute projects and year end wrap ups. With that, I am leaving the next issue of the Foodie Files for the new have a great one, be safe and don't forget to treat yourselves!
Tracey Kusiewicz
Foodie Photography

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Tracey Kusiewicz 

is a professional freelance photographer specializing in food, beverage, product and everything epicurean.


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Behind the Scenes

Stylist Carol Jensson at the Foodie Studio channeling her inner artist, painting up a lovely stack of pancakes. 

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Sweet Endings
honey pana cotta
A naturally sweet ending, photographed for EAT Magazine, Nathan Fong's Lemon Honey Panna Cotta crowned with a crisp honey ginger florentine.

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