by George Nacpil . October 22nd, 2014
All of us love to eat delicious food. And just as the smell of food makes us really want to grab food to eat, our cravings can also be triggered just by looking at food photos. Like the rest of us, London-based photographer and food lover, Jean Cazals, salivates over good food photography. Unlike us, however, Jean has the skills to make his own food photos — and he does so in a way that makes food look more delicious and attractive to the eyes of the viewers.
When he was 19, Jean wanted to be a heart surgeon or a photographer. After finishing BA Hons. in Visual Communication at LCP in London, he followed his passion for photography and it led to where he is right now. In 2012, Cazals was awarded Best Food Photographer sponsored by Pink Lady Apple alongside many other awards.
His work appears in House & Garden , Delicious, Food & Travel, Elle, Marie Claire, Conde Nast Traveller, Vogue, Entertaining & Travel, Marthas Stewart Living, Brides, Sunday Times, The Telegraph Mag, Olive, Food Arts, M&S Mag, Paris Match, Bentley Mag, Observer Food Monthly, Harrods, and Four Mag.
His love of photography has allowed him to travel places for years; the same passion drove him to focus on food and lifestyle photography.
To see more of his awesome food photography you can drop by on his website or you can follow him on Twitter for more updates.
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A simple but cool guy who loves photography and graphic design. You can follow me on my personal blog and Twitter.
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