Eat with your eyes dinnerware photography

Photographing food is DELICIOUS. It has a visual life-force; an energy that sets the senses on fire.

Join me on a journey of rustic gourmet luxury with Maxwell & Williams dinnerware, cutlery and glassware. The challenge with plates and glassware photography is to make dinnerware the hero of the shot, not the cuisine.

I put together a ‘vintage country vineyard’ inspired gourmet lunch to tell the story of this classic and trusted Australian brand. There’s nothing better than a good wholesome spread with family and friends.

Cabernet filet mignon steak with rocket and pear salad, fries, and Harris Farm organic tomatoes. I adore presenting meals on rustic wooden boards.

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Beerenberg raspberry and blueberry jam, Ob finest fig and pecan specialty crackers, gouda cheese, fresh figs and green grapes look too good to eat.

Cheers to a Penfolds Grange 2013 Shiraz in a classic cosmo wine glass.

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This delectable caramel tart is from Papi Chulo - Merivale, and served upon a caviar coupe plate. Fancy a sip of T2 Rose tea? Loving the texture of this dark dinnerware, and the bronze dessert spoon speaks of a subtle vintage vibe.

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Nachos doritos with homemade mexican guacamole, homemade mexican pico de gallo and stuffed baby caps. Wash it down with a strong margarita done with Espolon Tequila Reposado. Why not?

Again the elemental cutlery set, bowls and plates are beautiful besties.

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Pat and Stick’s ice cream sandwiches! Who can resist some classic messy gourmet fun to finish off a meal?

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Finally, Pure Pops ice popsicles presented on the huge 25.5cm Black Plate.

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Pretty cool don’t you think?  

Feeling hungry now? It’s easy to see why Maxwell & Williams are known for their high quality original pieces. It was a pleasure creating this spread, and doing the dishes wasn’t even a chore.