My career has been spent photographing many iconic food products so that they are appetizing and appealing. This series was inspired by my desire to explore their interiors rather than their traditional exterior. Commonplace foods found in our everyday life are particularly intriguing to me because of their presence within our society. By cutting them in half we move past the simple appetite appeal and explore the interior worlds within finding at times unexpected textures, or colors. I chose to light them with a harder light, and to place them against black. This approach helps separate these photos from classic food imagery. None of these images would have been created if it were not for the collaboration with food stylist Charlotte Omnès and the retouching done by Daniel Hurlburt and Ashlee Gray.
Galton is a NY based food & still life photographer with over 30 years of experience. A consummate professional, her attention to detail and strong sense of light/composition has allowed her to acquire a noteworthy client list. She works for many top advertising agencies and design companies throughout the world. Her advertising clients range from companies such as Starbucks, Chipotle, LOreal?s SkinCeuticals and Motts as well as photographing imagery for packaging for Gerbers, Bath and Bodyworks and St. Ives. Beth?s images have been featured in The Washington Post, Saveur, Wine Enthusiast, etc