It’s been a very long time since my last blog post and many things have changed. Not only has Food Envy Photography become more video centric (check out our video portfolio) but I’ve also co-founded a new food based content production company called Devour Studio based in Maidenhead.
Devour Studios was conceived in 2019 by Glyn Harrison and Food Envy Photography and has steadily grown into an established production company, specialising in food based content including recipe demonstration videos and food story videos. Glyn and Food Envy Photography have worked in food TV/film production and photography for 19 years combined and were keen to see what they could create together.
Projects to date include Salt Masterclass, a series of online masterclasses by Michelin starred chef, Paul Foster, a soon to be launched online cookery school and Knife Drop, an ongoing passion project, which aims to produce high-end online content through collaboration with top chefs such as Michelin starred Tony Parkin (Tony Parkin at the Tudor Rooms) and Nick Galer (The Miller of Mansfield & former head chef at Heston Blumenthals’ The Hinds Head), showcasing the dishes that define their style. Glyn has over 13 years food TV experience and has produced mainstream factual entertainment and food content shows including Great British Menu, Saturday Kitchen, Million Pound Menu and most recently, Bake Off The Professionals. Glyn has collaborated with chefs across the country including Gordon Ramsay, Tom Kerridge, Michel Roux Jnr and Paul Hollywood to name a few. Glyn’s knowledge of food, the restaurant industry and production experience provides Devour Studio with a unique skillset to offer client.
With plenty of food video projects in the pipeline for 2021 it should make for an exciting year