Don Crossland

Food Photographer/Writer

Location 15h@2xNew York, NY

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Work Experience
  • Food Writer / Blogger

    Shoot What You Eat
    Sep. 2011 to Present (5 years and 3 months)

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    Role & Tasks:

    Shoot What You Eat features recipes, culinary adventures abroad, favorite cookbooks and anything relating to eating and creating beautiful images of food and food culture. Responsible for all content, including recipe creation, writing, styling and photography. Designed print and Multi-Touch iBook featuring recipes from SWYE.

  • Food Photographer

    Don Crossland Photography
    Apr. 1998 to Present (18 years and 8 months)

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    Role & Tasks:

    Conceive and coordinate photo shoots to produce quality images to meet the client's objectives. This includes commercial advertising, social media and cookbooks. Market business and network with food editors and art buyers to develop relationships.

  • Retail Associate

    Apple, Inc.
    Apr. 2004 to Jun. 2006 (2 years and 2 months)

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    Role & Tasks:

    Interacted with customers to educate them about Apple products and assist in choosing the right products for their specific needs.

    Awards:
    Always in the top 5 in sales.
Education
Skills

Purchasing / ordering

Customer Service

Marketing / PR

Merchandising

Writing

Organizations & Volunteer Activity
  • Mentor

    NYC Salt
    Volunteer • Sep. 2016 to Present

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    Summary
    Mentoring high school students interesting in the arts, specifically photography. The goal is to teach and prepare disadvantaged students for higher education and a possible career in a creative field.
  • Event helper

    No Kid Hungry
    Volunteer • Jun. 2013 to Jun. 2015

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    Summary
    Volunteered for No Kid Hungry culinary events in Los Angeles.
Interests
All things culinary, Travel, Photography, Writing
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