Louise Hagger is a London-based award winning food photographer. Her work with innovative creatives in the food & drink industry has been published by brands & editorials around the world.

Louise has a profoundly creative & colourful approach to food imagery, celebrating her love of food & storytelling.

Her ambitious vision is sought out by brands, editorials & long-term collaborators throughout the globe. Together they bring projects to life by creating bold, enticing & impactful imagery.

Her personal work is inspired by the domestic memories and stories that we all share about food, creating a rich narrative and visual layers, that encourages the viewer to look, and then to see. Exploring these themes through self published zines; A Carp in the Tub, EAT BITTER and exhibiting as an OpenWalls Finalist at Les Rencontres d’Arles.

Clients include: The Guardian, The New York Times, The Observer Food Monthly, The Sunday Times, Wallpaper*, FT Weekend, Vogue, Quadrille Publishing, Octopus Publishing, The Future Laboratory, Diageo, Mr Lyan, Harrods, Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, Monoprix, Hakkasan Group, Soho Home, Deliveroo, Just Eat.

Specialties: Food | Drinks | Still Life | Cookbooks | Advertising | Editorial | Concepts | Creative Direction

Awards: American Photography AP37 Winner | SPD56 Print Merit award for Best Editorial Creative Content with EAT BITTER | Finalist Fortnum & Mason Food Photographer of the Year 2020 | Finalist OpenWalls – exhibited at Les Rencontres d'Arles 2019 Galerie Huit Arles | First Place Winner PDN Taste Food Photography Awards 2019 | AOP Awards Finalist 2020 & 2019 | Winner National Supplement/Magazine of the Year – weekly at The News Awards 2018 | First Place Winner PDN Taste Food Photography Awards 2017 | Guardian Weekend: Winner of the Food Magazine/Section category Guild of Food Writers awards 2016 | AOP Awards Finalist 2016