Kirstie Young is a Bristol photographer and stylist specialising in food in all it's diversities – from shooting magazine features & creating advertisements, to capturing natural looking portraits of chefs & covering prestigious culinary events, and everything in between. She works both from her studio in North Bristol, and out on location in Bristol, Bath, the Cotswolds and beyond.
Her background as a film maker influences her photography hugely, and her style is all about colour, composition and form.
Kirstie shoots for editorial, commercial and private clients and welcomes commissions and assignments.
If you are looking for a Professional Food Photographer you can contact me on:
Mobile: +44 (0) 7973 685540
If you are looking for a filmaker, the other half of Kirstie Young Photography is FINE YOUNG FILMS, a production company that creates beautiful, affordable, story-led films for individuals, brands & corporate clients.
Please follow this link for FINE YOUNG FILMS to see current work and contact details.
Food This week saw the first ever Crumbs Magazine Awards held at the fabulous Bristol Old Vic theatre, celebrating the best in food,drink and local producers. In a diverse and innovative food scene like Bath & Bristol there is tough competition for every category, and I was thrilled to see some of my favourite clients walking away…Read More
Food The last ten days have been crazy busy. Two major food festivals and the BBC's prestigious Food & Farming Awards, there's been a lot to keep up with!. There was a fair bit of heroic double-festivalling (Is that a verb? Should be …) by some of the biggest names in food, with chefs like Olia…Read More
Citrus & Salt This week has been all about fast food. Not the fried chicken, cheap burger or doughy pizza variety, but food that can be made in under 15 mins, after rushing back from a shoot and trying to get a meal on the table while juggling homework, feeding rabbits and unloading the washing…Read More
The last week of the long summer holidays is always bittersweet. I look forward to a return to some kind of routine, and to stopping the crazy juggle of work and childcare after seven weeks, but I'm also sad that there are no more long lazy days in the park or beach with a picnic, or…Read More