Brisbane food photography

Some cooking in my June 10 on 10 | Brisbane Family Photography

It is getting harder and harder to photograph my children as they get older.  Luckily, with documentary photography, there is still some hope.  I do remind them how much they will love seeing themselves doing all these activities when they are adults.  (when they have no memory like their Mum, ha ha!)

This month's series is of Toby - cooking with love.  He is very at home in the kitchen and I call him my little chef.  He is very inspiring to watch and I love seeing his passion for cooking well.  I try to inspire the cooking of healthy food but, hey, he is a kid and sometimes just wants to make something fun. He works very quickly and is a bit like a tornado but he certainly gets the job done.  I have to be very quick with the camera to get any images! 

At the end of this post there is a link to the next lovely photographer in this blog circle.

Please follow this blog circle half way around the world and see this months images from the lovely Becky Anderson Photography, who is based in Michigan USA.


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Breakfast Ideas - Brisbane Food Photography

I have been meaning to blog some of my breakfast ideas for ages.  I would love to be able to inspire just one person to rethink the quick and easy bowl of cereal, for a more nutritious and delicious breakfast.

I thought I would start with my absolute favourite breakfast, Bircher Muesli.  This was inspired by a trip to Sydney years ago, where they served the most beautiful Bircher Muesli in the hotel buffet.  I don't have it all the time, but when I do, well, yum!  The other good thing about this is that it can be pre-prepared.  So for those who are short of time or can't face cooking eggs, then this will be right up your alley.


Bircher Muesli - Pina Colada Style


(approx 6 servings)

2 cups of Oats

300mls of Coconut Milk (without additives if possible)

1/2 Cup Plain Unsweetened yoghurt

1  x 440g can of pineapple pieces including juice

1/4 Cup Sultanas (Sulphite free recommended)


Place all ingredients into a container and mix.  Leave on the bench for a couple of hours, and then place in the fridge overnight.  If the mixture is too thick for your liking you can add a bit of milk to thin it down. I prefer mine when it is not straight out of the fridge so I serve it into a bowl and leave for around 15 minutes.

Wake up the next morning and enjoy with a steaming hot cup of coffee.  Oh and by the way this is not just good for breakfast, it is great any time of the day!


Let me know if you get inspired xx


I love taking images of food however I am mostly a documentary style family photographer and I love taking photos of families that are into healthy living and lifestyle.  Have a look around my website to see my style of Family Sessions and Newborn Sessions.