This pretty image of cheerful homemade granola jars as a Christmas gift was shot for the December 2013 Issue of Yoga Journal. Such a good idea!
This yummy gingerbread image styled by Jeffrey Larsen was done for Gluten-Free Baking for William Sonoma by Kristine Kidd.
The current holiday images for Starbucks are literally all over the world! They are featured on the web and in Starbucks stores for Asia, The Middle East, North Africa and throughout Europe. The rich colors and gorgeous drinks make for very pretty, fes...
Lovely Winter ingredients of Dungeness Crab and Tangerines for the December 2013 Issue of Sunset Magazine. Food Styling by Karen Shinto. Recipe Links: Crab Rangoons Crispy Duck Breasts with Balsamic-Glazed Tangerines Wilted Frisée with Pancetta and Chestnuts Tangerine Sherbet
Barely a throwback since this little movie is just from this year and still featured on the Hidden Valley website! Styled by Karen Shinto. See more of the 15 Second Kitchen videos I worked on with Hidden Valley Ranch here.
This stunning Persimmon story styled by Randy Mon was featured in the November 2013 Issue of Sunset Magazine. Recipe Links: Spiced Persimmon Tart with Brandy Mascarpone Skewered Persimmon and Herb Bites Fall Greens Persimmon Salad
An everyday cooking oil that’s better for your heart. The goal was to create an array of beautiful photography for the layout of the new Thrive Algae Oil website. We did everything from product shots to this gorgeous lightbox overhead of fresh vegetables and oil to fully cooked recipes. Everything was so light and pretty andContinue reading
This beautiful Apple Pumpkin Galette Recipe styled by Karen Shinto was featured in the October 2012 Issue of Sunset Magazine and is currently on myrecipes.com. INGREDIENTS Half-recipe Easiest Pie Dough 1 1/2 pounds sliced peeled baking pumpkin or kaboc...
These imperfect yet beautiful veggies styled by the amazing Karen Shinto are for Hidden Valley Ranch’s current Taste Not Waste campaign shot recently with Shane Greenwood, Creative Director Digital for Hidden Valley Ranch. It’s all about cutting down on waste by not being afraid to use the “uglies”– delicious veggies that may not look quite asContinue reading