This will be a blog post short of words. Not because I don’t have anything to tell. Rather because I have to much to tell you.
And very little time.
Last week I went to Paris to attend a three days’ workshop with Béa Peltré of La tartine Gourmande and Sandra Mahut. The workshop was focused on props and styling and among other interesting things we got to see how Sandra works as a food stylist/photographer in her studio in Paris.
It was a joy.
And if you ever get the chance I can warmly recommend a workshop with Béa – a truly inspiring experience.
Here is my story. Mostly in pictures.
We went to Saint Ouen Flea Market to look for props. And we shopped till we dropped…
There were lots of nice conversations and laughs.
We worked in Sandra’s studio. We got to play with all of her lovely props. And yes – there was food. Lots of food.
We visited an open food market to buy fruit for our ‘Tartelettes aux fraises’ and ‘Clafoutis aux fruits rouges’.
Clafoutis aux fruits rouges
On our last day we had lunch at Restaurant Septime. A wonderful experience. No wonder chef Bertrand Gerbaud recently received his first Guide Michelin star.
We finished our three days with a little pique-nique and photo shoot near Canal St Martin.
I am so happy that I signed up for this workshop. I got back last Thursday totally knackered but with so many nice experiences and filled to the brim with inspiration. I am also so blessed to have met such wonderful friends in Anette, Sif, Camille, Eda, Maria, Deniz and Susan. The evenings and dinners with you guys were unforgettable.
I hope to meet you all some day again!
From Gothenburg with love.