I partnered with the very talented up and coming food stylist Alicia DealÂ and we shotÂ this array of gorgeous Rainbows and Ombres for what might be my most colorful promo yet! More promos can be seen here.
A new promo is in the mail! I partnered with the amazing Heidi Gintner, foodstylist, and we shot fantastic squash, both fresh and as part of some truly delicious Summer recipes. Almost all of these gorgeous zucchini came straight from Heidi’s garden!
I recently did a shoot for an up and coming restaurant that is due to open late this year called Bobcat Diner. The recipes were super indulgent and made for some truly delicious photographs. The photos turned out so beautifully that we decided to creat...
We joined up with the amazing creative team at Method as well as MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER to shoot a series of very messy images for Method. We accomplished it all in one crazy day and it was SO much fun!
Shot on a Lightbox for Patagonia Provisions to capture all the beauty of every fresh ingredient. Designed by the amazing people at TDA Boulder. Food styling by Karen Shinto. There’s a wonderful interview and full story about the project on the Marianne Campbell Associates Blog.
So there I was, enjoying a quiet evening watching the Oscars show with my husband, and suddenly David exclaims, “Isn’t that your image?!?” Unimaginably large, on the screen behind the stage was my Gold Makeup Brush image!!! So exciting! It was fittingly used for the Makeup & Hairstyling Category. I did the Makeup BrushContinue reading
The goal was to create a sweet little stop motion showing all of the fresh ingredients of the Almond Crusted Salmon Salad for The Cheesecake Factory! It was a true team effort with a studio full of stylists and crew perfecting every little wiggle.We worked closely with the talented people of Pereira & O’Dell to realizeContinue reading
A rainbow of veggies shot on a lightbox for the January 2010 issue of Sunset Magazine in honor of all of our New Year’s Resolutions to *maybe* eat a little healthier. Food Styling by Karen Shinto.