I’ve been busy lately due to workshops I’m conducting so I haven’t really had the time to open and update my blog. Now a lot of people messaged and asked me if I still shoot Food (probably, since I’ve been posting weddings lately). The answer is YES.  I’ve been doing it before, I’m doing it now and I’ll be doing it until I loose my appetite to do so.
So, here’s to start things out.  COFFEE!!! My new love.  Good Morning Everyone! :D

I’ve been busy lately due to workshops I’m conducting so I haven’t really had the time to open and update my blog. Now a lot of people messaged and asked me if I still shoot Food (probably, since I’ve been posting weddings lately). The answer is YES.  I’ve been doing it before, I’m doing it now and I’ll be doing it until I loose my appetite to do so.


So, here’s to start things out.  COFFEE!!! My new love.  Good Morning Everyone! :D

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Photos by: Sam Lim

Haven’t been posting food photos lately.  Will work on that on 2013.  For the mean time, here are some of my works published on F&B World Magazine - November-December 2012 Issue. 

(PS,. Due to some personal reason (don’t even ask! lol), I’m using my wife’s name (as you can see) on the photo credits)

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Olive Puentespina, owner of Malagos Farmhouse.  One of the biggest and most well-known makers of all-natural cheeses in the Philippines.  Situated in the heart of Davao, Olive’s array of cheeses like Feta with Rosemary, Chevre Pesto, Kesong Puti, Feta Tricolor, Blush, Peppato, Rustico and Chevre Pineapple are all made with goat’s or cow’s milk which she literally ferments herself.
Photo by: Sam Lim
(Featured in F&B World Magazine, Mindanao Issue)

Olive Puentespina, owner of Malagos Farmhouse.  One of the biggest and most well-known makers of all-natural cheeses in the Philippines.  Situated in the heart of Davao, Olive’s array of cheeses like Feta with Rosemary, Chevre Pesto, Kesong Puti, Feta Tricolor, Blush, Peppato, Rustico and Chevre Pineapple are all made with goat’s or cow’s milk which she literally ferments herself.

Photo by: Sam Lim

(Featured in F&B World Magazine, Mindanao Issue)

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