If you’ve never heard the phrase “Veganuary”, you must have been living under a rock! #Veganuary has become one of those trends that have become a global industry in itself. Every big brand is going vegan, whether it be eco-friendly packaging right up to the unexpected turns of Gregg’s launching (incredibly successfully) the ‘Vegan Sausage Roll’. Big food brands have to get on board with the Veganuary trend now if they want to stay relevant.
This post maybe a little bit different compared to my usual house rants and Drag Race rambles that you see on my blog, but I thought it was about time I showcased some of my food photography work – after all, it is how I’m paying the bills. I’ve been shooting for Gordon Rhodes & The Dalesman Group for nearly 5 years now and I’ve never once uploaded any of my work onto the blog.
Gordon Rhodes’ Vegan Range – Perfect for Veganuary
That’s about to change as I recently shot a sassy little vegan range for Gordon Rhodes and I thought the images were worth sharing. Branching into new territories, the GR brand has launched a range of vegan recipe kits [V and Easy] that are absolutely delicious (maybe I’m biased because I took the photos, but I think they’re great). I worked alongside the NPD Manager, Nicola Gregory, to shoot multiple meal ideas for each of the recipe kits.
Vive Le Veg Cassoulet
Too Good To Be Stew
No Worry Veggie Curry
Supreme Green Veggie Tagine
We tried to push colour and vibrancy with this range and actually, they all tasted pretty darn good too. If you enjoyed seeing these, I’ll continue to upload more of my food photography work.
Where to buy these Veganuary products
And I strongly recommend you all go out and get yourself some of these vegan recipes – you won’t regret it! You can buy the Gordon Rhodes V and Easy vegan range here.