What you can expect

In this workshop, you'll have the privilege of learning from a food and lifestyle photographer.You'll capture the full short-circuit farm to food story which is so rich in Jersey, starting out with a visit to Jersey's iconic market to meet Bill, one of Jersey's ambassadors and someone who's passionate about the quality of Jersey's locally sourced fresh produce. You'll then head to Jersey's Farm School Initiative to muck-in and learn all about where the food on your plate comes from before heading to Nude Food, one of Jersey's up and coming 'clean eating' eateries where you'll put some dishes together with nothing but raw ingredients.

As a team of visual storytellers, you'll discover how authentic product experiences can be conveyed creatively, passionately and in an engaging way which tells the story evocatively in its entirety. With food being such a key driver of tourism, its important as a destination you can authentically convey the depth and authenticity of what may well be one of your biggest brand strengths.

Your Roadmap

Thursday 20 September

12:50 - 13:00

Go to your bus

13:00 - 14:00

 Shoot at the Market

14:00 - 14:15


14:15 - 16:15

Farm School Initiative Shoot

  16:15 - 16:30


16:30 - 17:30

Shoot at Nude Food

17:30 - 18:00

Editing and Debrief

Your bus can be identified by this icon 


Recommended gears & apps


✔️ whatever camera you have, but know how to use it!

Note: Catherine uses her iphone 8 usually on portrait mode and her Canon 5D Mark III.

For the editing, we recommend you to download VSCO or Color Story 

UNUM is a great free app for planning your Instagram and Unfold is great making more interesting Instagram Stories

Catherine Frawley


Catherine is a freelance food, portrait, travel and lifestyle photographer. She won an award, and had four nominations in the Pinterest Food Awards 2017. She cooks, loves story telling photography, the creative process and the finished article.

Catherine's work

The market, Farm School Initiative & Nude Food 

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