August 16-17: a food styling and photography workshop in Brooklyn with Sunday Suppers


Hello everyone,

I am currently in East Sussex England teaching a food styling and photography workshop at Hawthbush farm. It’s incredible here! The countryside is gorgeous, the people are oh so friendly, the weather (yes English weather!) is stunning.

You can see some of my pics in Instagram.

I feel lucky to be surrounded by such a group of people right now…


So I need to tell you about another event that will take place im Brooklyn in August at Sunday Suppers. You may remember that I taught a few workshops there in the past. Karen’s loft is really inspiring.

The event is going to take place over two days, August 16-17.
It will be a celebration of summer produce and french cooking–together we will cook and style with locally sourced produce.

The workshop will cover camera function (SLR required/recommended), use of light, food styling and propping, image review and critique.

Cost is $750, and includes two breakfasts and two lunches.

Two day workshop | 10am – 4pm | August 16+17
Sunday Suppers Studio
475 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

If you are interested in registering, contact Karen at Sunday Suppers (info[at] and follow this link.

Posted in Food & Travel, Food Photography, Food Styling, Life and Us


  1. I love Your blog and the pictures and I wish to be able to take one of Your courses, I leave in UK so I have to wait for another of Your cours in England:-)

  2. This sounds like such a wonderful workshop, and since I’m located in NYC I’d absolutely love to attend! Unfortunately, I’m out of town that weekend. Anything else in the works for the general NYC area in the coming year?

  3. We lov your blog! We wish we could go to your courses, but unfortunately we are so far, in Argentina 🙁 Hope you have a good week, kisses♥

  4. I grew up with French parents in the Chicago area. My grand parents owned an auberge in Perigord. My grandfather, forcefed my mother foie gras and truffles to make sure that despite growing up in the USA I would have a palate and a fond love for food. I have read and reread your book and love it. You have an amazing eye and palate… someday I would love to take a class or drink a glass of wine with you! Continued success! FdeM

  5. Yesterday I made tartelettes and salads from your book for a group of 20 french friends. They joked: “Never knew that dutch women can cook like this.” I responded: “Thanks to Beatrice.” Now they all want your cookbook, but is it available in french? We had the best night ever down here in our Grange dans la Corezze. Thanks for the inspiration, Bea!

  6. Nathalie, so pleased to read. Makes me happy everyone enjoyed the dishes! 😉 Unfortunately, the book is only available in English or in Dutch. If only French people spoke more English, oui? Thanks again for the lovely feedback.

  7. Such a beautiful photo gallery! I´m completely mesmerized by that dreamy atmosphere you create around your food! Merci….

  8. hello. i was sad to hear the class was cancelled. any chance you’ll revisit the class for later this year?

  9. Hello Deborah, I was sad to have to cancel myself! 🙁 It won’t happen later this year, but hopefully next summer. We will keep you posted, or email to check. Very sorry about it! Thanks for your note.

  10. omg…… All of these food photography look so awesome! The lighting on each photo is just simply amazing!

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  12. looks amazing! You can use charcuterie boards to make those look even better and if you are upto a vintage look, charcuterie boards are the best option.

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