I had a short notice gig last week for The Tate. It was 11.15 “Can you get to The Tate for 2.30 to shoot some dishes for us?” of course I could.
As always I was welcomed warmly, looked after by the excellent front of house staff as well as being introduced to the chief and his team. In the time it took me to get set up there were already dishes waiting for me.
The Young British Foodies celebrate new talent in the industry, those shining start of the future that we may one day see on TV or become household names. Some of the dishes were created by the 2014 winner Tomos Parry who is head chief at Kitty Fishers in Mayfair. I shan’t attempt to describe the dishes as I’ll make a terrible hash of it.
I always enjoy shooting for Tate Entertaining, the setting is ace, whether at Tate Modern, or Tate Britain and of course the food looks stunning.
Tate are running the Young British Foodies menu on Friday and Saturday throughout November. The set meal is priced at £47.50 to include a cocktail, bread and coffee.
Contact : email@example.com to book a wonderful meal with one of the best views in London.
More images from the Young British Foodies can be found HERE
I was pleased to see that one of my images from the shoot was used on the BBC’s Olive Magazine.