The Mighty Fork

Yesterday I had the pleasure of shooting with The Mighty Fork, an incredible new London-based vegan food business. Currently popping up at markets all over the city, the Mighty Fork fill a massive gap in the vegan food market with their inventive and absolutely delicious hot dogs. Yummy tofu weiners are piled with toppings inspired by different cuisines of the world, from sauerkraut to Japanese curry to a spicy beer sauce, and they taste every bit as good as they look!

Yesterday evening, they were keeping hungry East Londoners satisfied at Urban Food Fest in Shoreditch and I tagged along to make a video with them. I’ve been a fan of theirs since they first opened at Venn Street Market in Clapham earlier this summer so making a little film for a business I identify with so strongly was absolutely fantastic.

I’m really thrilled with how the footage has come out and it’s exciting for me to see my own growth as an image-maker. I’m working away on the edit this week, and will share it here once The Mighty Fork have their copy. In the meantime, here are some of my favourite screenshots from the day.

You can try some of these delicious hot dogs for yourself, on Saturday 21st September at Venn Street Market, and then the following Saturday back at Urban Food Fest – and I strongly suggest you do!

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Diamonds Are Forever

Last night I had the honour of scenting a screening of Diamonds Are Forever as part of the Gorilla Perfume team at Inspace gallery in Edinburgh to celebrate the 50th anniversary of James Bond. Whilst the particular scents I used shall remain a mystery, my good friend and colleague Ericka Duffy, a scent technician with Gorilla, put together an ingenious selection of olfactory delights to convey the film in scent; smokey, woody, tobacco notes to symbolise Mr Wint and flirtatious vanilla for Miss Case to note just a couple. Jonathan Prior provided some aural treats in the form of a Bond-tastic DJ set and Paul Tvaroh of Lounge Bohemia created these amazing – and delicious – gin and tonic ‘diamonds’, so every sense was catered for, even touch in the form of fragranced silk handkerchiefs at a particular moment during the screening. It was a truly fantastic evening with very talented people, one that my senses will remember for a long time to come.