June 23 + 24 : Workshop & Supper at Sunday Suppers Loft in Brooklyn

Photo by Karen Mordechai

I am so excited about what follows.

A few years ago, I was lucky to virtually meet Karen from Sunday Suppers.

Karen doesn’t need introduction. I am sure you already know that she is a fabulous stylist and photographer; And that she is the talent behind Sunday Suppers. At the time when we chatted, we envisioned we’d work on a project together, but between a book and babies, life became busy for the two of us.

Photos by Béatrice Peltre

A few months ago, Karen and I resumed our conversation. And without any hesitation, we agreed that we’d make a very special event in NYC happen. In her newly renovated studio. A gorgeous placed filled with beautiful light.

So here we are. We’ve now worked out the details, and I am pleased to announce two special days in NYC at Sunday Suppers Loft.

Risotto photo by Béatrice Peltre

Saturday, June 23 :: A full day Styling + Photography Workshop at Sunday Suppers loft.

The class will begin at the market where we will select the season’s best ingredients. The produce will then be brought back to the loft (Williamsburg, Brooklyn) for the workshop.

In this workshop, you will prepare, prop and style food for the camera, learning how to best use natural light to create photographs that reflect your own style. I will guide you to understand the composition details to keep in mind to create a good photograph.

Details:
One Day Styling and Photography Workshop
10am – 5pm
The class will meet at the Union Square Farmer’s Market at 10am
Cost $350 includes materials, produce at the market and lunch

Tickets can be purchased here.

What to Bring:
Your Camera (digital SLR preferred)
A Notepad

**Optional items:
Laptop
Card reader
Tripod
Any linens or favorite styling pieces you would like to use in your photos (some props will be provided)

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Photos by Karen Mordechai

Sunday Supper :: June 24

I will be teaching a Sunday Supper in which the class will cook by my side. A small group of students will prepare a three course meal. The class will be followed by a seated dinner.

For Menu details and tickets, click here.

So, will I meet some of you at Sunday Suppers loft in June?

I hope so.

29 comments

  1. Karen’s work is beautiful, yes. Can’t wait to see what the two of you will create together, it’s got to be terrific!

  2. Béa, I just registered for the full weekend without even thinking! I am in great need of photography advice and this opportunity was too great to be missed. I look forward to meeting you in person!

    P.S. Do you know how big the group will be?

  3. I wannna Gooooo!! But will be having my baby on the 18 th, but look forward to seeing what everyone is doing. I just absolutely LOVE this idea and of course all the food. Do post pics!

  4. Sounds amazing!! Would love to chat, I am a cooking school teacher and I think this might be a fun idea to do (here in San Diego)…although I wish I was in the BK to attend.

  5. this is a tease! right in my hometown, my two favorite bloggers, only im so far away!

  6. Am so excited to sign up for Sunday’s session… I did it uncharacteristically quickly — without thinking hard or consulting the family schedule — and now I get to finally meet you in person after following this wonderful blog for so many years. I just made your hazelnut and almond chocolate cake last night for the first time and my whole family was smitten. My husband, son and I each had 2 slices within10 minutes of it being pulled from the oven — there’s very little left this morning :) !! A new staple to add in to the mix… Looking forward to late June!!
    Buen provecho y hasta pronto,
    Reva

  7. your blog doesn’t like me anymore, he deleted two messages of mine some time ago :-(
    writing just to remind you that we’re still waiting for lemon verrines, chocolate pots de crème and something about Sicily :-D have a good weekend…

  8. Hi Betty !

    Je serais ravie de passer de faire un petit coucou pdt ton sejour a NYC. If you have time to spare et biensur si cela te dit, no pressure!! Cathie est tjs sur Brooklyn Heights. La marmotte.

  9. Hi Dulcistella, not sure what happened! I have not received the comments so it will remain a mystery…..glad it is working again for you though. Thank you! I am not forgetting about the other things ;-) just too busy. It will come….

  10. Hi Reva, very pleased to soon meet you! ;-) I had to smile when I read your comment. And of course, *so* pleased you enjoyed the cake!

  11. Presque, je suis ds le NJ a 20 min de Times Square (si il n’y a pas de bouchon au tunnel)

  12. Hi Bea—photos are gorgeous! I can’t make the even but wondered what digital SLR you recommend/use? I’m hoping to get one at some point….love your new book!

  13. I’m so disappointed to miss this! Going to an out of town wedding that weekend ;(. Please come back to NYC and do this again!!

  14. I am so disappointed that the Food Styling Workshop is already Sold Out. If there is any chance that you have a waitlist, may I please be added to it? It sounds like it will be an amazing day!

  15. Oh! What a great idea! I wish I could have joined in.

    Béa, if you can, it would be great to have something similar in Montreal! Shopping could be done at the Jean Talon market. I’d be super happy to attend and help organize anything if you come again to Montreal :)

    To everyone going to the workshops in NY, enjoy!

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  17. ah i wish i could take this class!! these look stunning. inspiration really. just started my own blog and the pictures are the most fun part. would love it if you checked out my site delightfulcrab.com

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