Gareth Morgans is an established award winning London food photographer in the UK with over 18 years experience. He shoots from his large Bermondsey studio close to London Bridge. Equally at home on location, he is also happy to travel. Types of work undertaken regularly are advertising, editorial, packaging, and PR photography.
Gareth originally trained and began working life as an Electrical Engineer in the late 80’s early 90’s. Through a love for travel & backpacking, he decided to return to college for 3 years and study photography. Upon graduating he freelance-assisted in London for 4 years. He worked for fashion, car, still-life & food photographers. Gareth became inspired by these days assisting the best London food photographers. He decided his own career path should follow his passion & love for food in the creation of delicious, beautiful imagery! He has now become a leading London food photographer.
Gareth’s food photography expertise and years of experience have allowed him to work with many leading agencies, food companies, magazine houses, book publishers and design groups. Gareth is recognised for his colourful, vibrant and detailed images with a subtle graphic twist.
With an ever growing client list as a UK London food photographer, Gareth shoots regularly for M&S and Iceland packaging under the Slimming World range. He has worked with many TV chefs over the years including John Torode, Gordon Ramsey, Jamie Oliver, Rick Stein & Marco Pierre White.
Gareth’s wide range of clients include: Waitrose, M&S, Tesco, Lidl, Ocado, Co-Op, BBC Food, Slimming World, Heinz, Birds Eye, Costa, Dolmio, Sainsbury’s, Delicious, Olive, Good Food & Good Houskeeping.
With a strong foundation in the love of painting & art, Gareth uses daylight or studio daylight to make you want to eat his food photography off the page & screen!
“We can always call upon Gareth to deliver fantastic results. We trust his creative and technical judgement and his calm, level headed approach always helps us to deliver the brief without fuss. Highly recommended!”
Christina Berenguer, Art Buyer, Photography Department