Francesco Tonelli

Francesco Tonelli Creates Imagery for The New Essentials of French Cooking

Francesco Tonelli (represented by JK&) teamed up with The New York Times to create imagery for a new subsection on their site: “The New Essentials of French Cooking”.

This new section provides an innovative look at the fundamentals of French cuisine using an immersive experience that combines recipes from Melissa Clark with videos, advice, and history. Francesco’s photography captivates the viewer and brings vibrancy to the recipes.

Take a look at his AtEdge portfolio and francescotonelli.com to see more of his visually engaging food photography.

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9 Food Photographers That Will Tempt Your Taste Buds

Featured Image: Stephen Hamilton

The next best thing to eating food, is looking at pictures of it.

Here are 9 AtEdge photographers that are currently making our stomachs growl.

Check out more food and beverage photography here or use our Specialty Search to explore more styles, techniques and subjects.

 

Francesco Tonelli: From Master Chef to Photographer

Born in the Marche Region of Italy, and raised in Milan, Francesco Tonelli is a photographer whose style was born from a deep and passionate understanding of food. A former professional chef, restaurateur and teacher, Francesco worked in kitchens across Europe and served as a professor of culinary arts at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America, before picking up a camera to explore the art of digital image capture. His comfort with food, the process and people who create food, has endeared him to renowned chefs, creatives and food marketing professionals alike.

FellowHQ recently featured Francesco in a beautifully worded piece entitled, “Francesco Tonelli: From Master Chef to Photographer” which takes the reader on an in-depth look into his career – from his beginnings in a kitchen to becoming a professional food photographer with a 3,000 square foot studio over-looking Manhattan.

The article is absolutely worth a read. Check it out here.

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PDN Photo Annual 2014

AtEdge would like to congratulate our photographers who received recognition in the PDN Photo Annual 2014!

Simon Harsent: Advertising

Ad agency: GPY&R Transport for NSW

Ad agency: GPY&R :: Dangers of fatigued driving.

 

Chris Gordaneer: Advertising

Ad Agency: Proximity Canada #WEAREWINTER Canadian Olympic Team

Ad Agency: Proximity Canada :: Canadian Olympic Team

 

RJ Muna: Advertising

Agency: In-house Campaign for Alonzo King's LINES ballet

Agency: In-house ::
Ad campaign for Alonzo King’s LINES ballet company.

 

Pat Molnar: Advertising

Ad agency: Lowe Campbell Ewald Detroit  USAA *note, different image from campaign appeared in pdn

Ad agency: Lowe Campbell Ewald Detroit :: USAA *Note, a different image from campaign appeared in PDN.

 

Taylor Castle: Advertising

Ad Agency: DDB Chicago  The Field Museum Chicago

Ad Agency: DDB Chicago ::
The Field Museum Chicago

 

Dan Saelinger: Magazine/Editorial

Editorial for The Atlantic

The Atlantic :: Companies creating healthier junk food.

 

Howard Schatz: Photo Books

Caught in the Act: Actors Acting

Caught in the Act: Actors Acting

 

David Emmite: Corporate Design/Photo Products/Self-Promo Pieces

"Somebody's Kid"

“Somebody’s Kid”

 

Simon HarsentCorporate Design/Photo Products/Self-Promo Pieces

"The Beautiful Game" :: football stadiums

“The Beautiful Game”

 

Lennette Newell: Corporate Design/Photo Products/Self-Promo Pieces

Promotional image used by Lennette when she appeared on American's Next Top Model

Promotional image used by Lennette when she was a photographer on American’s Next Top Model.

 

Maxine Helfman: Corporate Design/Photo Products/Self-Promo Pieces

"Historical Correction"

“Historical Correction”

 

Michael Lewis: Corporate Design/Photo Products/Self-Promo Pieces

Self-Portrait, on the set

Self-Portrait, on the set

 

Tim Tadder: Stock Photography

"Peak-Action Soccer" for Corbis

Corbis Images: “Peak-Action Soccer” for World Cup

 

Jonathan Chapman: Stock Photography

"Highway 1"

“Highway 1”

 

Francesco Tonelli: Websites :: http://www.francescotonelli.com

Food Photography

Food Photography

 

Dwight Eschliman: Websites :: Bicycle San Francisco

Dwight Eschliman's Bicycle San Francisco page

Product Photography