Jacqui Hing-Hudson is a Sydney based Food Stylist and considered one of the best in her field.
Ben Masters has worked as a food stylist for over 15 years, starting in editorial with Donna Hay and moving into packaging, advertising and film work.
With an extensive Portfolio developed over more than 25 years, Jacqui's work ranges from Editorial, Packaging and Advertising work, TV Cooking Show, Short Films and TV Commercials. Jacqui knows how to bring out the most enticing presentation qualities in your products and is renowned for her problem solving skills and in making the food look it’s best and ‘perform’ for the camera.
Over her career she has created beautiful food images for magazine and cookbook, TV shows, TV Commercials and packaging and advertising Campaigns. Her many clients include McDonald’s, Subway, Hungry Jack’s, Red Rooster, Street’s Ice Creams, Arnott’s, Edgell’s/Birdseye foods, Meat and Livestock, Steggles, Nestle, Unilever and Uncle Toby’s.
Jacqui's qualifications include a Home Economics Diploma and she attended the Cordon Bleu Cooking School in London. Jacqui also has a Fine Arts Degree (Honours) from the National Art School in Sydney and an Applied Colour and Design Certificate from the School of Colour And Design in Sydney.
Ben Masters has worked with some of the top photographers, production companies and agencies in all areas of the styling industry, specializing in advertising and packaging. His body of work includes work on over a dozen books, magazines and newspaper publications in Australia, Europe and the USA. He is also responsible for the launch and re-branding of some of Australia's biggest and best known food related brands. His clients include Masterfoods, Hungry Jack’s, Breville, Arnott’s, Kellogg’s and Woolworths.
Ben believes food is an important part of life and aims to bring out the natural raw beauty in food and to make it a priority in peoples lives.