Food photography for Kalm Kitchen.

I first met Jen from Kalm Kitchen at a lovely Fetcham Park event, where I had the pleasure of photographing some of their creative and delicious canapes. Based in Guildford, Kalm Kitchen specialises in scrumptious catering for weddings and also designs amazing canapes for parties, lunches dinners and other corporate events. I’ve now had the pleasure of capturing their amazing creations quite a few times and worked on two styled shoots and a wedding with them last year. Below are some of my favourites images from the shoots we have done together. If you’re looking for amazing wedding & event caterers who are an absolute dream to work with, get in touch with Jen through the website and make sure you check out their Facebook page to see what they’ve been up to recently.

Check out one of my other blog posts featuring Kalm Kitchen, here .


Autumn inspired canapes and food as shot for the b.loved Autumn Style Guide, featured here.



Christmas canape ideas shot for the Festive Style Guide which includes a wonderful recipe for a lamb hotpot as featured on b.loved.



Lamb hot pot anyone?


New England inspired wedding ideas (above): Seafood canapes and salt pepper squid recipe as featured on b.loved


A couple of images of the wonderful canapes Kalm Kitchen designed for Sarah & Wayil’s Summer wedding last year. The guests loved them!


I joined Jen at their kitchen in Guildford for the below mini-shoot. In the lead up to Christmas, they wanted to shoot some festive canapes and meals (below) and these images were featured on You & Your Wedding’s website, here and on Love My Dress, here. Essence Magazine also featured some of these images in their interview with Jen for the Dec/Jan 2014 issue below:



The above, are all the ingredients needed to create the delicious canapes below.

Head over to Kalm Kitchen’s blog for a step by step guide on how to make this classic Kalm Kitchen canapé –

New Forest Blue Cheese on Crisp Malt Loaf with Roasted Apple Chutney.



A contemporary twist on a festive main meal: rare roast fillet of beef, horseradish dauphinoise potatoes accompanied with brussel sprouts and cabbage.


A fabulous festive dessert: vanilla panacotta accompanied with orange and cranberry compote served in an elegant vintage champagne glass.

And lastly, Jen had some really fun ideas on how to present children’s party food. Head over to th KK blog for more.


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