If I have to think about the happiest moments in my life, I'd say they were probably spent cooking in a kitchen or eating around a big dining table with friends.

What food and photography have in common is that they both evolve around moments.

One creates them whereas the other makes sure they're never forgotten.

Hence, when people ask me why I like food photography, the oh-so obvious answer to me is: why not combine the best of both worlds?

Plus, research in neuroscience shows that food activates the same regions in your brain as love, and I can definitely relate to that.

Great Granola

In their atelier in the surroundings of Brussels, the Great Granola team creates pure goodness in the form of healthy granola.

They are soon launching their own spreads (nut butters) which I was lucky enough to try during our photoshoot and spoiler alert; they are dangerously delicious.


With its huge fire pit in the middle of the room, there's no better place to enjoy a rainy day in Amsterdam. The cosy sofas prevent you from spending less than a few hours there, and their comfort food (mostly vegetarian/vegan as well as seasonal and local) will make sure you stay another additional hour.


Iaia is a gourmet deli based in Brussels, where Olivia and her mother cook delicious take-away and healthy meals together.

Discover this new trendy place through the pictures we took together, with an emphasis on their minimalistic atmosphere.

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