Henry Hargreaves’s food of many colors

Henry Hargreaves has played several roles in the design world, as well as being on both sides of a camera. He began as a pin-up boy model for fashion houses like Prada and Jil Sander, all the while working with some of the top photographers. About four years ago, Hargreaves began to produce work of his own out of a studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He photographed fashion and still lifes for clients such as GQ, Ralph Lauren, and NY Magazine. Lately, he’s been putting a new spin on food. He designed a bacon alphabet in Blackletter type with prop stylist
Sarah Guido. But bacon is so summer 2011. Then we saw this brightly colored buffet and it really made us sit up and take notice. This is his Food of the Rainbow series and it was styled by Lisa Edsalv.

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