”I love the way food communicates culture, history, social trends, passion and craftsmanship. Its ability to create emotions, memories and bonds between people fascinates me. I am just as passionate about the people behind the food and their ability to create masterpieces.”
Stockholm-based Bianca Brandon-Cox started her career as a documentary photographer over 20 years ago.
It’s no surprise that the camera has become Bianca’s weapon of choice – she more or less grew up in a darkroom. Bianca’s grandmother was an avid photographer and she inspired Bianca to pick up the camera herself.
Inspired by her work as an Art Director for food photo shoots, in 2009 Bianca focused her own business entirely on food and beverage.
Today she is an appreciated food photographer, prop stylist, film producer, film director and DoP on food films.
”I might be an unusual photographer doing many different things but that’s what keeps me updated and gives me the possibility to see the whole picture. My experience is that the client appreciates the control they get over the production when they engage me.”
She uses her skills for both people and food and has won several awards such as ‘Best in the World’ in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.
Bianca has developed certain skills for social media such as film production for YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. She is currently producing gastro-documentaries à la Chefs Table, seasonal restaurant menu films, product films, recipe films and courses with appreciated Swedish food influencers.
Her clients range between small producers and big commercial companies, including Arla Foods, Axfood, Mars Nordics, Philips, Oatly, Urtekram, Kung Markatta, Svenskt kött, Restaurant Mistral, Gourmet Magazine, Travel + Leisure Magazine, Giorni, Bonnier, Norstedts, Semic and Brillbee.