My secret to great food styling is figuring out the look you like to photograph, then using an eagle eye at a thrift shops to find those pieces you want.
Every single piece of kitchenware shown in this post is from Seattle Goodwill. Actually 90% of my food styling library is from Goodwill. This all took me about a couple of months to build, with a few trips here and there to see if I was missing out on any golden nuggets. The best part about Goodwill is that each time you visit, you'll always find something new.
I've categorized my personal branding and looks for Northwest Workshop below that I watch out for when I'm out and about. I can honestly say that the best items in my collection were found when I wasn't specifically looking for them.
Northwest Workshop - The Movie
Just kidding, it's a little promo video. But it's just as exciting as a movie, because it's a little window into my love of everything Northwest, feeding people and running this food blog. I think this is perfect timing with the one year anniversary and all of Northwest Workshop.
Northwest Workshop Is One
It's been one year since my first blog post. I'm going to spare you the generic phrases that usually accompany an anniversary. Instead, grab some wine so I can tell you a story.
It's true: there's an ocean of food blogs on the internet. So why did I start Northwest Workshop? I'm going to proceed with visuals.