For this project, I created a spicy butternut squash soup recipe using McEwan’s Own Mango Chutney from the McEwan grocery store. I also styled and photographed the accompanying image. See the Recipe
Shareba is a writer, photographer and food stylist, who is passionate about creating food and lifestyle content. She has an Honours Bachelor Degree in Media Studies, and previously worked on two cooking shows that aired on Food Network Canada. Shareba is currently taking Culinary Arts courses at George Brown College in Toronto.
I was asked to create a recipe that featured artichokes for the Produce Made Simple website. This project included writing a brief blog post, and shooting original photos to accompany the recipe. See the Recipe
On May 25, 2015 bartenders from across Canada competed in the largest national mixology event in Toronto. I photographed the contestants and their unique cocktails for a Yahoo Style Canada featured slide show. See More Images
I worked with Chef La-toya Fagon to create a series of fun, tropical images that showed off the line of jerk products from Grace Food Canada. The images were used on the Grace Foods website, and in both print and digital media outlets, including the Toronto Sun.
I worked with the director of photography to create a series of quick recipe videos for the Produce Made Simple website. I prepared the food on camera, and also styled the final dishes. Watch the Videos
This story was part of a week-long Yahoo Canada News series exploring how we define “Canadian food,” and how it has evolved in modern Canada. I interviewed several Canadian chefs for this article, including Chef Susur Lee. Read Article
For this assignment, I interviewed Chef Farzam Fallah (formerly of Richmond Station restaurant) about the thought process behind his infamous deconstructed desserts. Read Article
I interviewed award-winning cookbook author Jennifer McLagan about her latest publication Bitter: A Taste of the World’s Most Dangerous Flavour. Read Article
I wrote an article about how vinegar can elevate your cooking for the Chef Project website. Read Article