Whether you’re pursuing a career change or simply want to create eye-catching food imagery for social media, learn food styling from the best in the business on this two-day course. Led by revered food stylists Rebecca Woollard and Emily Jonzen who are behind much of the food styling in the media today, you will learn all the secrets to creating and curating professional-quality food sets.
Over the two days, you’ll learn everything from how to prepare food and cook dishes for the camera, how to set up shots and use props, and glean tips and tricks for keeping food looking fresh on set. With training covering both sweet and savoury dishes and common styling conundrums, you’ll discover exactly how to get the perfect oozy egg yolk, decadent cheese pull and juiciest meat dishes that you see in food magazines. A highlight of this course is always the incredible array of produce and ingredients available to work with that ensures stunning, high quality food set ups.
Rebecca Woollard is a food editor and stylist. After training at Leiths, she went on to work in magazines, and became Food Editor at delicious. before embarking on a freelance career. She now works for clients such as Ocado, Gordon Ramsay, Tesco and Slimming World and had her first book published in 2021. As well as styling, she is also a seasoned Art Director, creating visual briefs and seeing them through from start to finish.
Emily Jonzen is a recipe writer and food stylist. After training at Leiths, Emily worked as an assistant commercial and television food stylist, working regularly with Heston Blumenthal and Delia Smith. Emily has gone on to style and write for magazines such as Waitrose Food, Ocado Life, M&S, Sainsbury’s and Slimming World and has just released her third cookbook.