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Inside the kitchen at The Bear Cafe in Todmorden, August 2012
England

A interactive version of a panoramic portrait I was commisioned to shoot, for a permanent installation of four large format prints in theBear Café in Todmorden. It was a great project; combining my passion for local food and photography, and crafting a detailed and distinctive view behind the scenes in the kitchen. 

The initial brief was to deliver an artwork which would achieve two things: showcase some of their local suppliers and producers, and better inform customers that all the food is prepared on the premises.

We were keen to use bright natural sunlight streaming through the kitchen window to beautifully illuminate the fresh produce on display, so worked out the optimum shoot time for direct light. The team at the Bear ensured the space was organised, and added a lick of paint to the walls, making sure even a working environment would look at its best, while still staying true to its purpose. The space, and the produce in the end photograph does justice to the delicious food they serve.

For more information, background and photos of the final installation, check out my original blog post

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Copyright: Joby Catto
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Taken: 15/08/2012
Uploaded: 09/01/2014
Updated: 09/04/2015
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Tags: kitchen; food; chef; vegetables; cooking; sunlight; summer; vegetarian; production; wholefood; yorkshire; todmorden; calderdale; incredible edible
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