About Nat
I’m a Food, Lifestyle & Documentary Photographer working with Small Businesses to create enticing content for digital and print media.​​​​​​​
I began The Photographer’s Table as a platform to share my passion for food, and the interwoven threads of sustainability, heritage, and culture. Storytelling is a key part of my photography and is emphasised through the relationships of the clients I works with. Understanding the journey and emotion of those behind the dishes and brands are just as much a part of the image as the subject, and I explore these concepts throughout my work.
My work has been nationally recognised with many images produced in both local and national publications and I have been pleased to create content with many local small businesses such as Black Mountain Honey and A Pesto Pizza.
In 2020 a project to create a book for James Sherwin’s Wild Shropshire restaurant allowed me to explore the connection between my photography and the written word, and I have welcomed the opportunity to develop further skills in design and typography.
I pride myself on my ability to manipulate natural light and my experimental approach to images. This stemmed my interest in documentary photography and capturing the moment as accurately as possible whilst creating a visually pleasing image.​​​​​​​
Awards & Features
In 2019 I was shortlisted for the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year award and selected as a finalist for the SAVEUR Blog Awards in the Best Photography category. My work has also been featured in Waitrose Weekend Magazine, Living Magazine and on the FeedFeed Instagram account.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
We knew the instant we met Nat that her flare for photography was what we were looking for! And she didn’t disappoint.. nothing was too much trouble and we look forward to working with her again!
Jenny & Tom Williams - Owners - The Laundry Retreat
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