“The stunning beauty of details rises up in the darkness, while the intense daylight makes it difficult to shine” Sandra Jimenez Osorio
Cheese bell “Benny” by Benny Motzfeldt with figs ©sandrajimenezosorio
Student of Arts and Anthropology. Passionate for the origin and history of materials. Self-taught in bakery and pastry. Trained at the atelièr Pierre Hermè in Paris, where she perfected her technique of haute pastisserie. She moves between the worlds of design, decoration and antique textile restoration.
Sandra Jimenez Osorio is a Colombian photographer and food stylist based i Madrid. Texture forms and earthy nature colors are dominant in her photography. “The objects´textures are best defined in the dusk” and she confirms, “It’s not easy to shine in day light”, therefore the dark, grey and, simple ambience in her photographs.
The warmth, simplicity and origin of Skogen´s objects inspired her to work with us. This charming, wonderful and bare photographic sequence is the outcome.
Trays with enamel on bronze by Bjørn Engø with cryfish and chili ©sandrajimenezosorio
Trays with enamel on bronze by Bjørn Engø with different peppercorns©sandrajimenezosorio
Cheese bell “Benny” by Benny Motzfeldt with chantarelle and mushrooms©sandrajimenezosorio
Cheese bell “Benny” by Benny Motzfeldt with brie ©sandrajimenezosorio
Tray with enamel on bronze by Bjørn Engø with drapes ©sandrajimenezosorio
Vintage teapot and tray with enamel by Bjørn Engø with profiteroles and crystallized sugar©sandrajimenezosorio
Vintage teapot and tray with enamel by B. Engø with profiteroles and crystallized sugar ©sandrajimenezosorio
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Cheese bell “Benny” by Benny Motzfeldt
Trays with enamel on bronze by Bjørn Engø