New York food styling and photography workshop and Sunday Suppers

Hello friends,

If you have been following this blog for a while, you will remember my involvement with Sunday Suppers three years ago. Three years already! At the time, I was pregnant with Miren and went to New York as a guest chef with Amy Atlas and then again on my own for a delicious dinner that Casey and I put together.

Where does time go?

And now I will be back…

I am excited to announce my next food styling and photography workshop on Saturday, October 13 at the new Sunday Suppers studio in New York City. Followed by a Sunday Supper on October 14 with a menu straight out of my upcoming book.

Seats are very limited, and will go on sale Thursday July 12 at 11am EST promptly. For tickets go here.

Here are the details:

Saturday, October 13: A full day Styling + Photo Workshop with me at the Sunday Suppers loft.

The class will begin with a farmer’s market tour. I will walk you through the market and talk about produce and seasonality. We will shop and return to the studio to cook, style and shoot for the remainder of the day.

In this workshop, you will learn about my process from how to manipulate natural light, camera basics (such as what lenses to choose for each job, exposure, aperture, shutter speed, ISO and depth of field), composition, and my propping and food styling philosophy. You will get to watch me work through my process as well as practice under my guidance.

Cost $450 includes materials, produce at the market, lunch and a signed copy of my book.

Sunday, October 14: Sunday Supper

We will prepare a 5-course meal using recipes from my new book. Class is followed by a seated dinner.

The gluten-free menu is:

roasted cauliflower soup
dandelion green and almond pesto

savory tart
Pear, Swiss chard and Gruyere

sea bass
parsnip buttermilk cream and fennel vanilla sauce

pots de creme
chocolate, hazelnut and fleur de sel

pistachio vanilla bean shortbread cookies

Tickets are available here and will be on sale tomorrow at 11 am EST.

Hope to see you in New York!

Photos 3 and 4 are copyright of Karen Mordechai.


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36 Responses to “New York food styling and photography workshop and Sunday Suppers”

  1. Gorgeous shots, as always! so colorful and fresh.

    cheers,

    Rosa

  2. I love thise shots, you are a Master!!

    Do you any idea for chocolate photos?

  3. I love and admire your work, sorry us who live to far away…
    love
    britt from norway

  4. This styling session looks fabulous! How generous of you to share your time!

  5. Beatuiful photos as always! I would love to attend a class with you, perhaps a visit to Portland Oregon is in your future?

  6. Katharine says:

    Wow, absolutely beautiful! The colors are spectacular. The soft boiled egg with vegetables looks amazing, can’t wait to make that this weekend for brunch :)

  7. Valentina says:

    Shame I’m far. Would love to take part in one of your workshops. Success!!

  8. Laura says:

    I can hardly say how I wish I was in the States and took part at it!

  9. mes bijoux says:

    could you come to Barcelona to give this workshop? because I would like to attend…
    kisses!

  10. oh wow, this is going to sell out fast. Looks like it will be amazing.

  11. Iratxe says:

    ¡Qué bueno!, ¿y cuándo por aqui?. Un beso.

    http://www.cocinaamiga.com

  12. There would be two attending the BCN workshop… ;-)

  13. Great photos. Everything looks so good on here.

  14. ShoeAxis says:

    I read about you today on Sunday Suppers, one of my favorite blogs, especially for the food and photography. I read that you are a self-taught photographer? How great is that! That is one of my aspirations…to learn photography. I love your blog and of course, the photography! Wish I could attend the workshop :-(

  15. Your photographs, they looks so beautiful. Really great ones!

  16. Tina says:

    :( Wish I lived in the US to go to this!! Your photos are amazing, I really want to learn to give these dishes justice like you have!

  17. Maja says:

    So colorful and fresh pics Aran, as allways! I hope you have a great time, I only wish I was closer :)

  18. Very hygienic food pictures and these all pics are beautiful..nice collection of your recipes..

  19. GG says:

    Wonderful shots, so fresh and colourful. I hope the workshops go well. GG

  20. Hola Aran, zenbat denpora hemetik ikusi barik. Astero egoten naiz begira ia noiz ataratzen dozuzen argazki barriak. Betiko moduan oingoak be oso politak!
    Joe…. emoten dau pentsamentua irakurri dostezula, argazki kurtso hori, niri oso ondo etorriko jatan ba…, Zelako enbidia!! ia egunen baten……
    Zelan doaz Jon eta Mirenen oporrak? Disfrutatu danok.
    Gure oporrak be, segiduan datoz.
    Besarkada bat,
    Miren B.

  21. Miren- oporrak ondo. Justo geur aite opereu deurie galdakon. Dana ederto urten da eta eurek be ona etorteko gogoakaz dabiz. Zuek laster be honantza. Ez da ezer falteu. Uda ona paseu!

  22. Real Noni says:

    Those are some absolutely gorgeous pictures of food! Beautiful and makes me hungry ;)

  23. Amy Johnson says:

    Hi. I don’t know how this blog works or if it updates you if someone posts on your older blog posts. I left a comment on your sakura donut post. I hope to hear from you.

    Love your blog. I hope to be attending culinary school soon. So it’s really been inspiring for someone living in Kentucky! Thanks.

  24. Amy- yes, this blog is current. It’s best if you email me with questions because I don’t always get to all the comments, especially from old posts. My email is aran@arangoyoaga.com.

    It’s hard to get sakura sugar or extract in the US. I had a Japanese friend ship it to me actually.

    Thanks!

  25. Jen says:

    Hi Aran! This is fab, hope you’ll have paid on-line lessons, or an ebook or something. How I wish I’m in NY! :)

  26. Anonymous says:

    hiii!! I made the beet poppyseed muffins and they turned out strange! I substituted the different kinds of flours for normal flour and also the coconut milk for whole milk and the moscovado sugar for dark brown and the coconut oil for butter. The batter was nice magenta color but when the muffins cam out the the color was burgundy on the top and dark yellow in the rest of the muffin. I was just wondering if you could explain why this happened and help me fix it. Thank you very much! :)

  27. About the beet muffins… That’s kind of normal actually. It’s happened to me before too. Must be just not enough of the natural pigmentation to color the whole muffin. Not sure why. But they tasted good regardless. Hope you liked them.

  28. The wall in the second last picture looks like The Wall.. ala Pink Floyd! Yay! Great looking food too.

  29. jamie says:

    Chiming in to request a west coast workshop!!!!!!

  30. Daniela says:

    Beautiful and fresh pictures – I love them!

  31. anna says:

    Wow 3 years??? Can’t believe it’s been that long. I actually went to that Sunday Supper you are speaking of… where we made amazing desserts!! I still have the recipe cards hanging on my fridge signed by you :)

  32. Anna- time does fly doesn’t it? How fun you were there 3 years ago. Not sure if you remember how I was bitten by a spider and my whole leg swell up and I could barely stand… oh goodness. I can’t wait to see the new studio!

    Thanks!

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  34. I love your photos))) I can see them all day long! Excellent blog))

  35. Veronica Apolo says:

    Beautiful shots !. One question about the workshop. Does the second day menu menu day includes food styling technics?.

    Thanks

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