Conceptual “Cut Food” Photography by Beth Galton – Design You Trust

Conceptual “Cut Food” Photography by Beth Galton

A visual collaboration between the photographer Beth Galton & food stylist Charlotte Omnes, and it’s called “Cut Food” and it features a look at food in a way you normally would not see it. According the Beth, the series was originally inspired by an assignment in which they were required to cut a burrito in half for their client. They decided to take it a step further with this series and take a look past the surface of these food we commonly eat and into the interior worlds of these products.

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