Posts Tagged ‘food photography’

Rick Gayle, graduated from the Art Center College Of Design in the Los Angeles area in 1975 and seeking a less crowded environment moved to Phoenix after graduation. He has been a commercial photographer for the past 30 plus years working out of his central Phoenix studio. He currently has a staff of two that include an assistant/studio manager and a production coordinator and continues to work with a varied group of designers and art directors.  Rick has worked on every type of project from large studio set shoots for Honeywell and GMC trucks to studio still life and food photography for Dial, Bar-S Foods and GE Capital. Rick’s feelings about his photographic involvement can be simply summed up by the following quote.

“Since the age of 12 I’ve been attracted to light like a moth.Light is all a photographer ultimately has control over and the way he molds it’s qualities helps define objects and tell stories.  For me that is and always will be my venue for exploration and source of excitement.”

Contact Rick Gayle Studio at: 602.267.8845

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The Ranch Market is a cool ethnic grocery store at 16th street and Roosevelt. I went there to find some interesting food items to shoot. The images below are from my still life exploration.

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Well I finally joined the social media world, I’m know a blogger. Yes me Rick Gayle! I guess I’ll have to learn to spell and be witty all at the same time.

I will be adding posts when I feel stuff  is worthy of sharing or if too much time has past and everybody has forgotten who I am. The posts will be my own work as well as items from the world of photography that may be of interest.

Yes Rick Gayle Studio is bloggin….

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