Iron Chef Shellie
 

Tassie Food Love

“For me, Tasmania has a magnetic effect; I always want to return. It truly is a happy place for me. The pace is slower, the air is clean, and the scenery always takes my breath away. Ewen Bell and I host a food photography workshop down in Hobart, and take in some of the local treasures. With a trip to Agrarian Kitchen, Frogmore Creek Winery and Ridgeline pottery amongst the itinerary.”

 

  • The Agrarian Kitchen
  • Time to get cooking
  • Spring is in the air
  • Ready for all weather conditions
  • I've seen the light!
  • Freshly laid eggs
  • Nothing like a pretty egg on a Ridgeline Pottery plate
  • Chive flowers are abundant in spring
  • There's always cake around thanks to Stacey
  • Rodney makes a fine coffee
  • #happyplaces
  • Batter up!
  • The most amazing cooking space
  • Buzz buzzzzz...
  • Eldferlowers
  • Cute kid love
  • Oink!
  • Goats are such posers!
  • Tarts in the making
  • It's all about the props
  • Food styling in the gardens
  • Strawberries coming into season
  • Freshly plucked from the garden
  • From paddock to plate
  • This photo is corny isn't it?
  • A freekah salad with foraged flowers
  • Chocolate cake by resident baker, Stacey Reid
  • A sun-kissed garden
  • Everywhere you look, it's gorgeous
  • Coffee in Hobart
  • Meeting Alistair Wise from Sweet Envy
  • Pastry Paparazzi
  • Drinks at MONA
  • Frogmore Creek Winery
  • Amongst the vines
  • Something to get the lunch started
  • We must snap the food before we eat it!
  • You don't need the biggest camera to get great results
  • It's time to wine and dine
  • Naughts and crosses
  • Chef Magic #shoothechef
  • Salmon in its natural habitat
  • It's all about the duck ham
  • Panna cotta chess
  • Chocolate bubble wrap
  • Ridgeline Pottery - Ben Richardson 'throwing a pot'
  • Lots of loveliness surrounds the workshop
  • The rubble
  • The clay splattered tools
  • Mess makes it real, something we teach when food styling too!
  • Treasures out by the kiln

For me, Tasmania has a magnetic effect; I always want to return. It truly is a happy place for me. The pace is slower, the air is clean, and the scenery always takes my breath away.  

Ewen Bell and I host a food photography workshop down in Hobart, and take in some of the local treasures. Spending two days out at The Agrarian Kitchen, it’s hard for people to say goodbye to the gorgeous surrounds that just photograph so well.  Talking to the local culinary superstars, dining at the top places around town, a trip to MONA and even meeting the local pottery makers. It’s a gorgeous 4 days, but not long enough in my opinion! 


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Shellie Froidevaux

All content on this site by Shellie Froidevaux, otherwise known as Iron Chef Shellie. Her skills include food styling in her kitchen studio, lifestyle and travel photography across Australia, restaurant photography on location, styling and shooting social media for her clients, recipe development with love and photography workshops for people with discerning tastes :)

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