• New York Times Food Photography: Whiskey Startups are Rolling Out a Smaller Barrel Sooner

    As a food photographer, making images of whiskey and the new processes surrounding the aging of Whiskey was fascinating. It was a joy to once again be a photographer for The New York Times Food section. Terressentia’s process of aging and flavoring whiskey in a fraction of the time typically needed was interesting to observe and […]

    New York Times Food Photography: Whiskey Startups are Rolling Out a Smaller Barrel Sooner
  • Professional food photography by Kathryn Wagner for Ali Baba Restaurant

    I am happy to show you professional food photography and the full website redesign and rebranding of Ali Baba Restaurant. It was a pleasure collaborating with Karl of Three Plumes on showcasing the fast fresh and healthy aspects of this eatery’s authentic Mediterranean cuisine with vibrant colorful photographs of the food. The images are to appear on the site, in store, […]

    Professional food photography by Kathryn Wagner for Ali Baba Restaurant
  • Kathryn Wagner Photography Published in Travel+Leisure Magazine, The Food Issue

         It was wonderful working with Deputy Photo Editor Alex Arnold on the May 2012 issue of Travel+Leisure. The photograph above is included in an article detailing Chef Sean Brock’s favorite sources for local goods in the Charleston area. Photography published in Travel and Leisure was of  Gechee Boy Market and Mill, a lovely country […]

    Kathryn Wagner Photography Published in Travel+Leisure Magazine, The Food Issue
  • Foodie Truck branding images

    I recently worked with the guys of Foodie Truck a new mobile eatery in Charleston, South Carolina. The Steam Buns with Duck BBQ above is my favorite shot from the edit, with the outtake above and the formal branding shot below. We had a great time creating a set of food imagery from the menu […]

    Foodie Truck branding images
  • Lowcountry Local First Portraits

    I had a blast photographing portraits for Lowcountry Local First recently. We photographed near some of the former officer’s homes in North Charleston’s beautiful Riverfront Park, part of the Navy Yard development. Lowcountry Local First’s stellar staff does a wonderful job of advocating for Charleston, South Carolina based businesses and farmers. Are you a Lowcountry based […]

    Lowcountry Local First Portraits
  • Restaurant re-branding

    I am pleased to share with you an image from a recent production of a Charleston restaurant that features Mediterranean cuisine on it’s menu. Truly a pleasure to photograph. The shoot was dedicated to showing potential diners the virtues of eating cuisine such as this salad above: fast, fresh, and healthy. Photographs are licensed to appear in-store, on […]

    Restaurant re-branding
  • Food Photography for New York Times Dining and Wine: “Southern Farmers Vanquish the Cliches”

    Food Photography for New York Times Dining and Wine: “Southern Farmers Vanquish the Cliches”
  • Home Sweet Garden Home in the City of Charleston

      A cottage overlooks a grassy courtyard in the heart of the Downtown Charleston Peninsula. Every city has it’s strengths and gardening is definitely one of Charleston’s. The Lowcountry weather is conducive to cultivation year round and winter provides enough moisture to enliven a lawn to a lush shade of green. It is impressive how much of the city is given […]

  • McCrady’s Restaurant: Grilled Triggerfish

    An update for the food photography portfolio: Grilled triggerfish, romesco sauce, kale chutney, tomato jam, braised radishes, and powdered olive oil.  

    McCrady’s Restaurant: Grilled Triggerfish
  • Lowndes Grove: Then and Now….

    “John Gibbes built a house and garden with greenhouses on The Grove before the Revolutionary War.[2] The house was probably located near Indian Hill on the Citadel campus. It was likely burned by British troops in 1779,[7] but the gardens remained. Around 1786, heirs of the Gibbes family divided the land into smaller tracts, and three of the […]

    Lowndes Grove: Then and Now….