Donna Lafferty has an updated schedule for her food styling classes. The first, in Chicago, will be Sept 19-28th. Her 2007 schedule will include classes in Rotterdam, Holland in May and September. Other classes featured on her website include Working with Chocolate, and Cake & Pastry.
Donna, a food stylist and home economist, has been styling food for still and motion photography for the past 25+ years. If you can’t make the class, you might check out the Special Effects video that features how-tos on making steam, smoke, ice and water picture perfect.
For more information, see The Art Of Styling Food website.
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I see that she will be coming to Europe next summer. That might be a very good opportunity.
Dear Mrs. Vanel ,
-My name is Panos Ioannidis and I am working as executive chef in Danish embassy in Athens (Greece)
the last 6 years I work occasionally as a free lancer Food stylist in editorial food magazines ,cook books, food advertising etc. ,, but in that field I am based on real food techniques from my point of view as a cook
I am interested in learning more about Ã¢â‚¬Å“fakeÃ¢â‚¬Â food techniques in editorial and t.v commercials food styling such as ice cream, bread, desserts, creams and special effects..
As I see that food styling classes will take place in Europe in summer 2007 I would like to know some further informations about it ,and if the program will cover my needs.-
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Ms. Vanel is a fellow commenter, so it’s unlikely that she’ll see your post. But, I will try to help.
Neither of us run these classes, but I try to post announcements of food styling and food photography classes as I find them. It looks the class above will be held in Rotterdam, and you can check out the link above for more information.
One recommendation I have is the Food Styling book by John Carafoli. This book goes into several technical aspects of food styling. Also, I have several links in my Resources post that include interviews with various food stylists that talk about some of the tricks.
I am very interested in attending your Chicago classes.
Please send more info.
Thanks for your comment. However, please for more information, you need to go to The Art Of Styling Food website.