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Hi! I’m Moriah, and I’m so excited you’re here.
I’m a food photographer, creative entrepreneur, recipe developer, solo traveler, and mom to the most amazing dog. My work has been featured by brands such as Anthropologie, The Today Show, Material Kitchen, True Food, and Simple Mills.
This is a space devoted to those wanting to find the good in the everyday, and create it where they can. I write mostly about creative business and food photography, but I also share the recipes that got me started photographing food.
It’s a wild, crazy ride being a creative, and I’m so glad we have this space to connect on it together!
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This post is sponsored by Bubbies. All text and opinions are 100% my own. Thank you for continuing to support the brands who help make this blog possible! Tuna Patties with Dill Pickle Aioli These quick and easy (and gluten free!) tuna patties are the perfect solution...
Roasted potatoes with bunches of fresh herbs and creamy burrata make the perfect gluten-free side dish for any weeknight dinner or weekend gathering. I never want summer food to end! It's been an embarrassment of riches with the tomatoes, the herbs, and all of the...
You guys have been asking for it, so it's finally here! The first in a series of posts analyzing the styling, lighting, and composition of one of my images. My Pesto Pasta image won the Instagram poll, so that's what we'll be dissecting today. This was a recipe that I...
Good dishes are crucial to great food photography. It's worth it to invest in beautiful ceramics that add to a photo without overpowering it. One of my biggest pieces of prop advice is to always go for the nicer, more expensive prop, even if it means you get less....
A quick and easy late summer salad of ripe peaches and tomatoes with creamy burrata and a sprinkling of fresh herbs. Top it all off with golden olive oil for a gluten free summer side dish. It's been forever since I created a recipe just to share between us. Life has...
Salads can be one of the most difficult food items to style and photograph when you’re new to food photography. It takes a lot of careful layering and styling to make a salad look purposeful yet approachable all at the same time. While we don’t want food to look too...