Shoot the Chef – Behind The Scenes
Here are some behind the scenes shots from my photo shoot with the brilliant Steve Greenaway from CI Studios for the Sydney Morning Herald/Sydney International Food Festival competition. It was honestly the most fun photo shoot I’ve done, and not just because I got to wear armour and play with swords.
Congratulations to all the entrants, finalists (including us – Yay!) and winners!
But of course, at the end of all of that, the results speak for themselves. Many thanks and congratulations to Steve and the team for a great shoot with great results!
Adam – The fifth Ninja Turtle.
OMG it’s the fruit ninja game!
I love this shot! You have that crazy look in your eyes…
mmmmm I wish I could smell like a doughnut 😛
Haha what an awesome shoot! … hehehe donut… MmmMm
You wear armour so well! 🙂 A great shot. Maybe a new addition to the wardrobe repetoire? lol
Fabulous photo, I’d feel very confident about any sashimi you should choose to serve up in your cinnamon scented hands!
It was a great photo. Well deserving of its place in the finals.
It was interesting to know that they went to the effort of putting cinnamon “dirt” on your face. Nice touch 🙂
I don’t think smelling like a donut is that bad.
Love the pics and inside info about the cinnamon to dirt you up. Nice one Adam.
Haha that is fantastic! Seems like quite an involving task to get dressed up the way you did! And where or when will we be see this shoot in print? 🙂
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Hehe, ;ooks like only you can pull off a samurai getup! Well done, it looked like fun!! =D
What a fantastic shoot! I love your expression in the last one
Congratulations Adam for winning Australia’s master chief. My son is Adam too and he took being a chief but did not continue as he didn’t like washing up the dishes.
Sorry to spam your forum. I was trying to find your email contact details. I work for an organic olive oil company who are looking for a great chef to endorse their product. I suggested you, so I’ve been given the task of trying to persuade you round. They’re a great company and we would love to have you involved. Our first goal is a set of magazine ads which may feature recipes as well, which could make you invaluable to us. Anyway, I hope you’re interested & please drop me a line if you are.
WHY IS THIS EPIC PICTURE NOT YOUR TWITTER ICON? It should be!
that make up is epic!!! armour is pretty sweet too
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That”s cool Adam, congratrulation”s you win Masterchef competition!^_^
you are rock..congrats…
Adam with samurai. wew!! hilarious!! awesome!! i loveeeeeeeeee it!!!!