1-to-1 Styling, Content Creation & Photography Coaching
Having a background in product development and online marketing I teach content creation from start to finish, including designing a visual identity and signature style through to DIY photography alongside product and still life styling and content strategy.
I work with individuals to help them find their style and build confidence to create authentically.
I'm passionate about helping people succeed with their businesses and love sharing my experience to help them develop the skills to thrive.
Topics covered depending on the clients requirments;
- identifying your core values
- developing a content strategy
- designing your visual identity or signature look
- how to show your product at its best, where you need to promote it (online. social, print etc)
- selecting and sourcing props
- styling aims - mood, story, flavour, style, caption
- composing and styling your shot
- food styling tricks and kit
- finding the best light where you work/shoot
- manipulating natural light
- phone photography techniques
- DSLR best practice for food and still life
- editing in Instagram or Snapseed
- editing with LightRoom
Ellen DeGeneres, High Street TV, Vallebona, GR Maze Restaurants, Chef Laurence Henry, The Boy Who Bakes, Absolute Press, ckbk.com, Royal Doulton, Cartwright & Butler, Wedgwood, Aldi, Howden's Kitchens, Asda, Marks & Spencer, Gordon Ramsay, Nathan Outlaw, Royal Albert, Waterford Crystal, Ocado, William Morris Group, Belvoir Fruit Farms, Denby Pottery, Phillipo Berio, Harrods, St Pierre Groupe, Burleigh Pottery, MasterChef, Fine Food Specialist and more.
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07866 636 070 / firstname.lastname@example.org
"I came to Sophie’s beautiful home for a one day food photography styling training session in July and it was absolutely brilliant. Sophie has a lovely nature and I felt immediately comfortable with her.
We talked about the type of style I wanted to create with my images and the different types of food photography there are and then went on to work on five or six different sets of food and props.
She has lots of invaluable little tips that will come in very handy and also explains everything very well so you really take it in, explaining all the different elements and how they work together, or don’t. Things to aim for and what to avoid. A lovely bonus was after we did one of the shoots, we got to eat the yummy produce!
I really enjoyed the day I spent with Sophie and would highly recommend her to anyone else who is looking to learn about styling food and photographing it.
I left her house full of excitement and energy to get back home and start photographing my own creations.'
"Thank you so much for your help Sophie, I can see I am improving, thank you for your tips."
Naoko Vallebona, Vallebona LTD, Wimbledon