If you require a photographer who specializes in food photography, this post is for you. Continue reading to learn about 10 top food photographers in Massachusetts.
Brian Samuels is a Boston-based food photographer with an incredible passion for his work. He’s been featured in Boston Magazine, Bon Appetit, Thrillist, Edible Boston, and more renowned publications and has earned his reputation with top-tier work. While he’s available by appointment only, reaching out to Brian Samuels Photography is a guarantee of sheer excellence.
Samuels’ work is quite focused, highlighting true masterpieces from local Massachusetts restaurants. His restaurant photography series is top-notch, as are his editorial skills, which have earned his work placement in multiple books, on social media, and menus around the city. Ultimately, Brian Samuels is a master of his craft and one of (if not the) best food photographers in Massachusetts.
Swing by Brian Samuels Photography’s contact page to learn more.
Adam DeTour Photography is the brainchild of yet another Boston native. While his work is primarily relegated to food and portraits, he’s been featured in numerous internationally renowned publications. The New York Times, Boston Magazine, and Improper Bostonian (among many others) have each recognized the truth – Adam DeTour is one of the best food photographers in the city – and as such, he’s available by appointment only.
For the curious, DeTour has collections of his editorial food photography, commercial and restaurant photography, and his work with Edible Boston. Each demonstrates what’s become common knowledge in the industry – DeTour is truly incredible with a camera. His work is perfectly composed and takes advantage of both natural and artificial light to capture exactly what’s needed at the moment.
Go to Adam DeTour Photography’s contact page to reach out.
Evelyn Images is a collection of the best photographers in Massachusetts – specifically in Waltham. They’ve been serving the area for over two decades to great success, capturing everything from commercial and real estate photos to headshots, products, and, yes – food photography. Evelyn Images is available by appointment only, so reach out to find your dream photographer.
While the photographers at Evelyn Images primarily serve local restaurants, they’ve represented a few well-known names in the food and beverage industry. Smirnoff, Jaw Bone Sauce, and Amstel are only a few of the many happy clients that Evelyn Images has served – and they’re not alone! Check out their portfolio; you’ll find perfectly-lit photos of juicy steaks, mouthwatering desserts, and delicious beverages.
Swing by Evelyn Images’ contact page to get in touch.
Michael Epaul Photography consists of three incredible photographers – Michael, Mairead, and Kaylee. They have a combined experience of multiple decades, and Michael is the recipient of several national awards and has been featured in numerous industry publications. Ultimately, the combination of Epaul Photography’s eye for detail, instinct for perfection, and ages in the industry make them very well-suited to meet most clients’ needs.
Micahel Epaul Photography is quite varied when it comes to food photography. While each person behind the lens is incredibly talented, they each have a different style. Some will be bright and cheery, while others are dimly lit and simply ooze ambiance – it’s all up to your needs. Their top-notch food photography portfolio, in tandem with the available skill on offer, makes Michael Epaul Photography an excellent option for just about every client.
Head to Micahel Epaul Photography’s contact page to learn more.
5. Nina Gallant
Nina Gallant Photography (based in Parachute Studios in South Boston) is an outfit of over ten incredibly talented photographers. The team that works with Nina Gallant has covered countless subjects, from editorial and commercial photography, to “humanity” pieces and dozens of various collections of food photography. At the end of the day, Nina Gallant’s team is some of the best talent you’ll get in Boston for your next food shoot.
The first thing you’ll notice after checking out their site is that their food photography portfolio is massive. It includes “Noods” (pasta), oyster harvesting, sweets, and even individual ingredients at their best. That’s what sets Nina Gallant Photography apart from the pack; they find the beauty in all steps of the process, capturing true art in the process.
Go to Nina Gallant’s contact page to get in touch.
Steinmetz Photography is an enormous outfit of multiple photographers based in West Springfield. They have a massive body of work, including food and commercial photography, senior portraits, professional headshots, and weddings. While their work is quite varied, that’s not to say they don’t offer top-notch services – because they do. Unsurprisingly, Steinmetz Photography is available by appointment only.
While Steinmetz’s chops (in food photography terms) aren’t as stellar as others on this list, they’ve done quite a bit of good work for local restaurants and brands. They keep things local rather than opting to aim for editorial or publication food photography, and that’s okay. If you need a local’s touch (and a keen eye for detail), Steinmetz Photography will likely be your best bet to highlight that mouthwatering dish or delicious drink.
Swing by Steinmetz Photography’s online booking page to reach out.
Linda Campos is yet another nationally-featured, highly renowned, food photographer based in Boston. While food is clearly her passion, Campos has captured various scenes from her travels and lifestyle shots that capture small moments in their best light. She’s been featured in Boston Magazine and the New York Times (among many others) and is (once again) available via appointment only.
If you need a photographer whose work has been featured in cookbooks, travel magazines, restaurant photoshoots, and more, Linda Campos is likely your best bet. The truth is that she’s incredibly talented and boasts one of the most detail-oriented mindsets you’ll find behind a lens. Her style is unmatched, her composition flawless, and the food to die for – so why are you still waiting?
Head to Linda Campos Photography’s contact page to learn more.
Based in Plymouth, Edward Nute Photography is the visual representation of capturing tender moments, delicious food, and uncanny “slice of life” photos that perfectly communicate the emotion behind each scene for over 30 years. Edward Nute has done fine dining photoshoots, captured bands and events, and far more – and, as per usual, is available exclusively via appointment.
While we’re focusing on Edward Nute’s food and beverage photography, the truth of the matter is that each shot he takes is genuinely phenomenal. Whether you need the best food photographer in Massachusetts or you require a grizzled veteran for a complicated event, Nute has the experience and skill to ensure you get the best work every time.
Go to Edward Nute Photography’s contact page to reach out.
Josh Edenbaum Photography is something a bit different. A New England Native, Edenbaum’s work has brought him to Boston and the surrounding area for food and restaurant photoshoots. While he’s an incredibly talented “traditional” photographer, drone photography is one of his most highly-sought skills. Once again, Josh Edenbaum Photography is available by appointment only.
While his portfolio is massive (and quite impressive), what truly shines is his food and restaurant photo series. It captures dark, brooding restaurants dimly lit with candlelight and bright, cheery drinks alike, each communicating something special about the dish. From fine dining to fast casual, he’s captured it all at its best – so reach out for a quote!
Head to Josh Edenbaum Photography’s contact page to book an appointment.
Leah C-S Photography is a one-woman show centered in Somerville. While she may be young, she’s been behind a camera helping her father (also a professional photographer) from the time she could hold it safely. We’re featuring her for her food and restaurant photography portfolio, though she’s also captured families, children, weddings, and professional headshots. Unsurprisingly, she is exclusively available via appointment.
We mentioned that Leah C-S has a vast portfolio – and she does. Our focus today is on her food photography; it highlights not just the food and drinks, but the people who make them. This encourages a more human feel than the other, heavily stylized and perfectly posed photographers in this list; Leah captures what food is really about – community.
Head to Leah C-S Photography’s contact page to get in touch.