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Tabletop Production House Food Hall London expands with two new directors and photographers


Claudia Biondini, Louise Palmberg and Liam Desbois are the latest signings to the roster as Food Hall founder Jason Underhill announces additions.

In its latest additions to making those gala tabletop moments, Food Hall London has signed three aspiring food and drink directors and photographers, as part of an expansion plan that is still ongoing.

“Having these administrators join us opens exciting new avenues for innovation and collaboration at the Food Hall. We all want to make amazing, more interesting yet impactful videos, and now we have more artists to make that happen,” Jason explained.

Louise Palmberg is a food, beverage and lifestyle photographer and filmmaker. Working with beautiful colors, textures and compositions, his visual work echoes a documentary look with a retro vibe that will make you feel like every hour is golden hour and every bite will taste better than the last. She then created Bacardi spots for the Oscars, Baileys, Starbucks, Starbucks, Stella Artois, Gray Goose Vodka.

Claudia Biondini who expresses both photography and tabletop staging through a distinctively feminine lens, expressing her rich and colorful graphic style in every frame. With a background in food styling and cookbook writing, Claudia creates engaging video content and commercials that are all about food and always leave a positive and happy impression.

An experienced filmmaker, she brings her energetic personality, with a clear and direct artistic vision to every project, Claudia’s distinct style can be seen across many high-end campaigns for brands like Muller, Nestlé, Subway, COOP, Barilla, Whirlpool and Mastercard.

Liam Desbois is the latest photographer on the food and drink scene. Liam will join other photographers and filmmakers, a keen food and travel photographer, he has an authentic style that leaves you craving a myriad of dishes from sweet to savory.

Originally from Aberdeen, Scotland, a true lover of light and composition, Liam researches angles and perspectives to make each of his images pop, expertly creating luscious images you can almost taste. It’s no surprise that he has filmed for Waitrose & Partners, Waitrose Weekend, Deliveroo, Scottish Field Magazine as well as many high end restaurants.

“The three artists add layers of texture to what we can offer customers in the table space,” Jason Underhill said.

Recent business projects for Food Hall include rebranding Carr’s water biscuits with TBWA, telling the life of bread with Panera, the McDonald’s bakery brand, and rotating burgers for McDonald’s to launch the latest flavors of Bailey.