"I’m a freelance photographer with a strong life-long passion for food and baking, and a deep love of coffee and its culture"
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Category Archives: Food
Sorry guys, I’ve been busy with my freelance photography and starting my little cake business (Instagram: @cakefacelondon Facebook: @cakefaceLDN)
It’s been a while since I photographed one of my cake creations, but I couldn’t resist letting this floral beauty pose for me on the weekend.
Take me back to Tokyo already! In London it can be hard to find real good food wherever you go. You can easily walk into average food places that look pretty – but in Tokyo it’s hard to not stumble into … Continue reading
The Japanese seriously know how to make cakes, every single one was delicate, light and fluffy. You can even find a good cake in your standard corner shop! My jeans were less forgiving when I got back to London.
The Robot Restaurant will no doubt be the most surreal and bizarre show you will ever watch, and despite having no idea what’s happening, you will love every minute of it.
Oh dear, it has been a long time, I apologies all, sometimes the boring realities of life get in the way of your core passions. I’m going to try to keep this post as brief as possible, no babbling, just some photography … Continue reading
After posting a snap of my chocolate & pistachio cake on social media, everyone was asking for the recipe, so I figured I better bake it again and make a blog post just for you guys.
So here’s my last post on Copenhagen – I am finishing it off with the awesome hostel I stayed at. I mainly picked Woodah Hostel because it does free yoga and veggie breakfast. If you’re looking for a relaxed, fairly cheap, cosy, … Continue reading
I rarely find a cake shop that amazes me, I’m often let down by overly sweet, dry and cakes lacking flavour… but this places was impressive! Strangas Dessert Boutique looked very modest from outside but as I entered I was greeted … Continue reading