Clare Barboza has been a professional photographer since 2000. With a background in fine art, Clare’s passion lies in telling visual stories, particularly stories about how food goes from the farm to the kitchen to the table. Her clients range from publishers and packaging companies to chefs, farms and restaurants.
To date, Clare has photographed nearly 2 dozen cookbooks and is always ready for the next creative adventure.
Ashley’s creative life started in photo. With a degree from Brooks Institute of Photography in Commercial Advertising, she has honed her skills from lab to life, photographing some of America’s finest in many industries.
Her infatuation for fellowship by feeding others has placed her along side many of the West Coast’s best Chefs to document and visually explore the world of eating and drinking. Her fresh natural light look and moody perspective allows for the viewer to explore this world of presentation and flavor as well.
Audrey is a self described jack-of-all trades, and her skills are as abundant as they are diverse. Catch her food styling one day and tackling personal finance the next. She enjoys organization and business building almost as much as she loves visual content and design.
Audrey’s photos have appeared in Edible Seattle and the New York Times among others.
Leigh Olson is a Seattle-based photographer specializing in food photography with a focus on cookbooks, editorial and branded imagery. She grew up in the Big Sky Country of Western Montana and graduated from The Art Institute of Seattle.
Leigh’s photographic style and voice are rooted in her philosophy that food defines, inspires and connects us. Her straightforward compositions communicate the essence of an ingredient or dish. Her use of rich surfaces, visually stimulating textures, relevant propping and natural pallets create approachable images with soul. Above all, it is honest.
Suzi Pratt is a food and restaurant photographer and small business website designer based in Seattle. Her expertise in the local restaurant industry is based on her role as staff photographer for Eater Seattle, a position she’s held since 2011.
In 2014, Suzi expanded her creative skills to include website design for small business owners, namely those in the food and restaurant industry. When Suzi isn’t working on food photos or restaurant websites, she can be found shooting events and concerts for Getty Images, writing tutorials for Digital Photography School, or traveling the world.
Denise Sakaki has been working as a graphic designer and illustrator for over fifteen years. Her client base that ranges from small, local businesses to large, international corporations.
Her expertise includes branding and identity design, corporate marketing materials, editorial and book illustrations, and website concept design. She’s also a freelance writer and photographer whose work has been featured in several regional and national publications.
Morgen Schuler is a freelance photographer based out of Seattle, WA. While she has spent time both in the tech sector and in media, working with small businesses and creating personal relationships with clients is where she really loves to be.
Morgen has been a professional photographer for many years in event, editorial, and journalism imagery. Now food photography has become her passion.
Clients include: Amazon, City Arts Magazine, Seattle Weekly, Eater Seattle, the One Night Only project, The Stranger, NPR, KEXP, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, Ignite Seattle, CBS stations: KZOK, KMPS and Jack FM.