I am very excited to announce that the latest issue of my personal project, The Insatiable Lens has been published! This issue turned out to be more than a year in the making, but it was well worth the wait. In this issue I explore one of the best kept secrets in the St. Louis food community: The Rogue Underground Dining Society. For the past six years, the Rogue Chefs have been hosting secretive pop-up dinners all over St. Louis, in venues that include train stations, vet clinics, Gothic Churches and funeral homes, just to mention a few. These invite only dinners feature interesting and innovative food ideas that are able to exist on the fringes without being restricted by petty nuisances like owning a restaurant or applying for a liquor license.
Jonathan is also a food photographer in St. Louis. He publishes a food blog called Shoot To Cook which features his recipes and experimentations in the kitchen. Check out his portfolio for some of his recent work as well as the samples below.
This is a gallery of some on his recent work.
Click on an image to view the gallery. Use the arrow keys to toggle through the images.
Got a food photography project that needs a photographer? Jonathan would love to be involved! If you’re interested in booking Jonathan for a job check out the contact page.