Luisa Brimble brings life to the ideas of dreamers and doers through fresh, natural photography. Her documentary-style of shooting gives her subjects soul and captures beauty in the everyday.
A lifestyle and food photographer, Luisa has worked with some of the world’s leading publishing houses – including Prestel Publishing New York, Pan Macmillan, Penguin Books, Murdoch Books, Thames & Hudson, Hardie Grant Publishing and Bauer Media. Anyone with a serious cookbook collection will recognise her work from Hetty McKinnon’s best-selling and award-winning cookbooks Community, Neighbourhood and Family, as well as Real Food by Australian Women’s Weekly. Her work has also been recognised by the prestigious James Beard Foundation; her photography for Wild Adventure Cookbook earned her a nomination in 2019.
With a background in marketing and graphic design, Luisa gravitated to photography 11 years ago. She has since brought to life two enormously successful Kickstarter projects – Alphabet Family Journal and the Wild Adventure Cookbook – from concept and production right through to distribution. When she’s not working on cookbooks or delivering talks or workshops, Luisa creates original content for clients such as Piping Hot, Jeep, Target, Red Island Olive Oil, Cobram Estate, Stoneleigh Wines, Jacob’s Creek, CSR Sugar and Moccona.
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Luisa hopes that more and more people get to know the Filipino food culture. This year, she has joined forces with the Filipino Food Movement Australia and The Entree Pinays along with many other Filipino friends in the effort to spread this incredible food culture. The team will be sharing stories of the many food vendors, chefs, cooks, cookbook authors, events and outstanding ‘kababayans’ here in Australia, the Philippines and beyond.
Luisa’s personal projects this year will be supporting and promoting the efforts of the amazing people who are making a difference: