Food Photography & Styling Workshops & E-Courses

This page is an on-going schedule and a reference point of upcoming workshops I will be teaching and more information will be added once details are finalized.This page also provides a detailed overview of all the past workshops I have taught.

If you have any questions or feedback or would like me to lecture at your workshop or conference, please contact me: blogmeeta[AT]gmail[DOT]com.

Keep yourself updated on all upcoming workshops by joining my food styling & photography mailing list here.

Details to all my E-Courses on Food Photography and Styling



Workshop review coming soon!

Dubai2015_WorkshopBadge1October 2015: Dubai, UAE Food Photography and Styling Workshop

A two day workshop in the the food Mecca that is Dubai. We will help you to draw from your creativity and inspire you to find and strengthen your personal style. We have put together, what we hope will be a creative, challenging but a fun workshop for our delegates. We invite you to join us for an intensive 2 days of food photography and styling sessions in the booming metropolitan Dubai.

There will be ample space for creative reflection and lots of intensive work, where you will learn all the fundamental elements needed to hone your skills in food photography. Guided sessions will also show you how to find your way through the jungle of food styling to create the perfect set-up.

Focused and comprehensive sessions will give insight on camera techniques, mastering light and lighting to capture the perfect image, getting down and dirty with aperture, shutter speed, white balance and ISO, finding and selecting props for your set-up, composing the perfect shot, the rules of placement and angles. The vibrant Dima Sharif and I are once again joining forces to present a high level and packed 2-day. Russell Impiazzi of Lafayette Gourmet also returns on our team as our permanent Dubai workshop supporters since the very first workshop in April 2012.

Date: 7th - 8th October 2015

Details, registration and programme Dubai 2015 workshop



May 2015: London Food Photography and Styling Workshop

London, a pulsating and vibrant city full of creative impulses and vibrating with new inspiration. I once again teamed up with Jeanne Horak-Druiff, who co-instructed with me and we put together a pretty awesome programme for our participants.

Participants learnt all the elements needed to hone their skills in food photography and we helped them find their way through the jungle of food styling to create the perfect set-up. They learnt the fine nuances of creating an appetizing food image. Furthermore, we guided them to look for the perfect light to create the perfect image - dark and dramatic or crisp and light. A riverside picnic lunch on the Thames and an on-location photo shoot in a character-filled gastropub were both part of our major photography assignments

Date: 1st - 2nd May 2015

Details and preliminary programme here.

What participants said: "I attended a two day course run by Meeta and Jeanne in May 2015 and took so much away from it. Meeta is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the subject of food photography and styling, and it is all the more inspiring that she is completely self taught. Both Meeta and Jeanne have an extremely warm and friendly approach to teaching and made us all feel welcome and comfortable enough to ask for advice and guidance whenever we needed it. The two day course included a perfect balance of teaching time and hands on practical tasks. It is a testament to Meeta's skills as a photographer, stylist and teacher that she has attracted such wonderful sponsors on the way that provided us with incredible food and drinks to photograph (and eat) over the two days. I would highly recommend Meeta's workshops." ~ Ixta Belfrage, London, UK

Read all about the workshop:
Riverside - London Food Styling and Photography Workshop Review


April 2015: Vienna Food Photography and Styling Workshop

Vienna, Europe's cultural capital and a metropolis with a unique charm and flair, provided the backdrop for my first Food Photography and Styling Workshop in 2015.
Together with my colleague Jeanne Horak-Druiff, who co-instructed with me and the lovely Monika Kogler who was our host, I had a fantastic and very competent team for this workshop.

We focused on all aspects of food photography, including a special session on low-light photography. A sensational field trip to the famous Naschmarkt in the heart of the city, with a special visit to the vintage market was one of the basis for assignment work.

Date: 17-18 April 2015
Programme Details

What participants said:
The workshop opened my eyes to how far I can take my passion and introduced me to some incredible people who shared similar interests and otherwise seemingly embarrassing snapping habits. The quality of the teaching and planning was incredible, I didn't realise how much one could progress in such a short period of time and I owe it to you, Jeanne, Monica. It takes one thing to enjoy a hobby but another to make something out it and following the course I am now inspired to take things further. ~ Nour Khalifeh, London, UK

Read all about the workshop:
Vienna 2015 - Imperial Vienna 2015


I am teaming up with Bauknecht for a unique Cooking and Food Styling Workshop in January at the LivingKitchen in Cologne.

We'll be taking a few lucky people through a incredible food journey - cooking, styling and photographing! This is an exclusive invite only event and for a limited number of people.

Event Details:
Wednesday 21 January 2015
Exhibition Center Cologne, Hall 5.2, Stall B-011
15:30 - 15:40 Welcome drinks with meet & Greet
15:40 - 16:40 Cooking Workshop with Klaus Breinig
16:40 - 17:40 Food Styling Workshop with Meeta Wolff (me)
17:40 - 18:00 Tour through the Bauknecht stall
18:00 - 18:30 Cocktails and Happy Hour.

Workshops 2014

Workshops 2013

Workshops 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009

Continue »

1 comment:

  1. Doing any workshops in US? I was curious to know! I would be really interested!


Thank you for visiting What's For Lunch, Honey? and taking time to browse through my recipes, listen to my ramblings and enjoy my photographs. I appreciate all your comments, feedback and input. I will answer your questions to my best knowledge and respond to your comments as soon as possible.

In the meantime I hope you enjoy your stay here and that I was able to make this an experience for your senses.