Photographer Brent Herrig considers himself a foodie and loves being in the kitchen. That’s why, as a seasoned food photographer, he captures so much more than just food on a plate. Like a passionate chef, he tells sensory stories of culinary products and plated food. He enjoys working collaboratively, creating the best food images to entice and allure diners.
Food photography is the backbone of his career as a professional culinary photographer. Brent combines technical and intuitive feelings for what will or will not work with every dish. Considering lighting, plating, positioning, and props, his critical eye and professional team ensure quality results, every time. Clients trust him to create images with appetite appeal, over and over again. Because of this, clients choose Brent to deliver cohesive and ownable identities for their restaurants and brands.
Timing is everything with beautiful food. The sizzle of a steak or the drip of a sauce leaves no time for hesitation. Chefs know this. As a professional culinary photographer with years of experience shooting in real-time, so does Brent. He’s passionate about understanding food: how it moves and reacts. This knowledge helps ensure that final photographs of salad, ice cream, and everything in between, look freshly prepared.
Brent’s team delivers still and motion assets, ranging from recipe videos and how-to’s to cinemagraphs and stop-motion shoots. He engages the industry’s best food stylists and prop stylists as needed. Such services fulfill clients’ full social media, marketing, and commercial advertising needs — a one-stop-shop for content and campaigns.
Commercial Food Product and Packaging Photographer
Brent understands that brands invest deeply in their product packaging. And how important it is to showcase commercial food products on selling platforms and menu boards. That’s why top brands collaborate with Brent’s team for packaging images that are nothing but the best. Focusing on the details, he creates eye-catching, instantly-recognizable images that make people hungry.
Contact Brent Herrig below about your next food photography shoot.