Best Food Styling Editorial 1st Place

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Sarah Jane Hunt

Sarah Jane Hunt is an award winning Food Stylist based in Omaha Nebraska. Classically trained in Opera Performance and the Fine Arts, her styling illustrates a keen understanding of movement, balance, color, light, and texture.

Food is her favorite medium. Food as Art is her passion. She has been pursuing that passion with clients across the globe since 1996.

View her work and set up a shoot at www.sarahjanehunt.com


Best Food Styling Editorial 2nd Place

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Laurel Ziemienski

As a food stylist with over 20 years of experience in the photo and video world, a keen eye for beauty, harmony and mouthwatering goodness is what fuels my creativity on a daily basis. Cooking has been in my blood since I was born, my insatiable curiosity for food and the endless combination of ingredients is what led me to the rewarding world of food styling. I work on local and national projects ranging from TV commercials and cooking shows to print advertising and editorial projects. My previous freelance work as a model and wardrobe stylist has helped me develop a well rounded career, providing clients with multiple services which also include on camera roles and prop styling. I love my job and am grateful to have turned a passion into a career.

website: laurelthestylist.com
instagram: @laurelzstylist https://www.instagram.com/laurelzstylist/
facebook: Laurel The Stylist https://www.facebook.com/LaurelTheStylist/


Best Food Styling Editorial Honorable Mentions

Lisa Golden Schroeder

As a well-seasoned food stylist, I made the tricky transition from working in the analog world of commercial photography to embracing the magic of digital (I won't share how many years that's been.) My background is in food science and journalism, with a classic culinary education in France. I've worked in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area for most of my career--a longtime hub of creatively effective commercial and editorial food work. It's been a place where I've had generous autonomy to really develop my personal style and collaborate with truly talented designers and photographers. I'm deeply interested in understanding the stories behind food cultures and am inspired by people and places I've been, including in my own backyard. Which drove the founding of my blog, 2fish1dish.com, that I write with food shooter Dennis Becker (the one who captured this photo, which will be in an upcoming blog post.) He & I also co-authored an award-winning book, "Untamed Mushrooms: From Field to Table" (it was a finalist for best cookbook photography & styling this year at IACP.) I was able to stretch my usual work boundaries & make the most of my writing, recipe, and styling skills in one huge project--daunting, but an extraordinary, creative journey with pros I really admire. This shot epitomizes the ultimate goal of a successful food image: it captures the most elemental aspects of appetite appeal. 


Beatrice Peltre

BÉATRICE PELTRE was born and raised in the countryside in northeastern France. She is a freelance food writer, stylist and photographer, and the author of the award-winning blog La Tartine Gourmande. Her work has appeared in such places as the Martha Stewart ShowSaveurthe New York Times, the Washington PostFine Cooking, Bon Appétit, Clean Eating, Mindful, Oprah Magazine, Whole Living, the Huffington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Boston Globe, as well as in other international and online publications and books.

She is the author of "La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an Inspired Life" (Roost Books, Feb 2012), and “My French Family Table” (Roost Books, May 2016).

Béatrice participates in retreats and workshops where the focus is on teaching food styling and photography. The latest ones are scheduled this season 2019 in Greece and Sicily.

The rest of the time, when not traveling, Béatrice works and lives in Boston with her husband, and two children Lulu and Rémy.

www.beatricepeltre.com