Restaurant Kitchen Photography My photographs are of restaurant kitchens in Northern and Southern California, Chicago, and New York. A note to the Chefs: Thanks for the fabulous meals! Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
17 thoughts on “Restaurant Kitchen Photography”
Very interesting photo essay.
I love black and white photos. Good job!
In black and white they are powerful.
It’s amazing how clean those kitchens are, they look imaculate!
I love those photos! Wonderful.
Great shots, Lori Lynn. The severe angles of cold, clean steel really rock in monochrome.
Hi Simona, Maryann, Cynthia, Marie and Lisa – Thank you very much. I think the black and white photography unfies these four different kitchens into one point of view. I was happy with the results.
And Marie – the kitchens were all pristine, as professional as you can get. When I saw your comment I thought about Colette in “Ratatouille” where she admonishes Linguini about the dirty sleeves on his chef coat 🙂
Hi Susan – thank you. I look forward to taking more shots in the future. This was a fun project.
Great photos. A kitchen is such a hotplate of activities!
I know that for sure!!!
I know from my brother’s place how hard the work in a restaurant kitchen is. Still, I keep dreaming about cooking in one.
How I would like a couple of these posters in my kitchen – stunning.
Hi Sandi and Merisi – I cooked in restaurant kitchens years ago. Wouldn’t trade those days for anything. Tony Bourdain’s “Kitchen Confidential” sure rang true.
Hi Nina – let me know if you would like me to email you higher resolution shots, happy to do it. Thanks for the compliment.
Hi there – I stumbled in from Google – love the pictures! I’d like to echo Nina’s comment – I’d love a couple of these to put in my kitchen. Do I recognize Tru in there?
Hi Nate – Welcome and thanks for commenting. If you are serious about art for your kitchen, I am happy to email you high resolution prints. Email me at sweetbay AT cox DOT net. And although I have enjoyed a lovely meal at Tru, the Chicago kitchen pictured here is Charlie Trotters.
i know i was just here. but i have to say something…..you’re photography + style is absolutely stunning!
i have worked with many of photographers way back when i was doing fashion + product photography in l.a. and you truly are a technician and artist!
truly a Renaissance woman….can’t believe i am just coming across your blog now~
I love your photos, if only all restaurant kitchens’ looked that pristine and organized, truly a dream kitchen.
Amazing!!! What a beautiful blogsite thank you for sharing..