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Photos of fresh raw ingredients, as well as photos of recipes in process, can add appeal and context to a cookbook. They compliment the photos of the finished recipes, and add variety to the visual impact of the book.

In some cookbooks, such as Tina Miller’s Vineyard Harvest, or Tom Dunlop’s Morning Glory Farm, these photos are particularly important to the finished book. In both cases, the emphasis on the farms, farmers, fisherman, and ingredients – where your food comes from and how it is prepared – are an integral part of the story. 

Clients hire Alison for her unique photographic vision – strong graphics, vivid colors, simple bold compositions, and a beautiful use of available light. She works hard to capture her subjects in ideal light, under the best weather conditions available to her. She also does her research, often getting access to areas that aren't easily found, which brings unusual perspectives on her subjects.

We're happy to discuss all commissions – especially those where clients are hiring Alison to shoot with her own instinctive style. Alison retains all rights to her photos, sometimes selling them as fine art prints in our gallery.

For more information, please email Alison, or call us at the studio 508-693-4429.