Interview with New York Times Food Photographer and Columnist Andrew Scrivani

Andrew Scrivani InterviewAndrew Scrivani has regularly shared his food photography knowledge in New York Times column Diner’s Journal. We are grateful to have Andrew as our guest for food photography interview.

Let’s Welcome Andrew Scrivani

Andrew Scrivani ( @andrewscrivani on twitter) is a well known editorial and commercial food photographer, food stylist and writer. You must have read his articles on food photography in New York Times in their Diners Journal column.

Andrew has had images published in newspapers and magazines such as Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Woman’s Day and Quick and Simple. His work can also be seen in cookbooks by chefs Mark Bittman, Nigella Lawson and others.

Andrew is also the author of the food blog making Sunday Sauce. You can visit his portfolio at www.andrewscrivani.com

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Some of Andrew’s Work

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All photos copyright property of Andrew and should not be used without his permission.

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