About me 


My name is Evgenia  and I have been living in Dubai for  9 years. Here I took my first steps in photography and found my passion and career - food photography. I specialise in capturing menu and social media content for top class chefs, delicious local produce and large international brands. 


Why hire a food photographer?


If you have a business related to food and want to promote it through social media resources,  delivery platforms or increasingly through online menu systems we make sure your amazing creations shine, if you want to showcase a new menu item, upgrade or just get the best images - you need a food photographer - a professional who understands the trends and knows how to show the very best of your food. Remember - you are not just hiring a camera, but years of experience and knowledge through our eyes and hands. 

With Foodilishious  you are in the right place to show your food in a deliciously appealing way


 Please have a look at my portfolio, if my pictures make your mouth water - you are in the right place. 



How to start?


Before hiring a food photographer you need to make a research and prepare a brief: the style, colours etc. 



How it works

and what you get


Foodilishious has all the best equipment to take pictures and we come to your location.

Prior to the photoshoot please provide a list of items. 

 We can capture approximately 25 items per day.  If you are planning to take  social media content along with menu shots it will take little longer.

For creative projects everything is individual, there are many aspects to be considered and I can tailor a package exactly to your needs.


I offer packages from half day to multi days. 


After a photoshoot is done I need approx 3-5 days for editing and retouching the pictures.


Please contact me for a quotation today



Food stylist on board


It’s always a good idea to take a team of photographer and stylist together. A food stylist can help you to express the idea of the photo. A stylist isn't there to change a chef's plating, but to enhance the look of the dish and translate it for the camera.