Delicious seafood served fresh
Taking on chocolate work, splashes, drizzles and drops, Anneke brings a modern editorial touch to the classics. The taste appeal of a natural lighting style mixed with the wonder and magic of tabletop work.
Food styling by Liz Duffy
This campaign for the Polish grocery store chain was driven by the phrase Smacznego which translates to Bon Appetit. Enjoy!
This campaign for Nestle held a unique challenge - wide crane shots, close up food shots, kids and a family bonding in the kitchen... and talent and crew who speak Russian. Loving the travel and adventures Anneke works with crews all over the world through her team at Go East.
Photos: Behind the scenes inspiring the next generation of filmmakers
Pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms and bacon! What more can you ask for for an ultimate pizza? This one is everything you could want.
Bringing out the epic flavor of Perdue's range of favorites this campaign had it's own monumental elements. As Anneke says "high speed camera, motion control robotics, food and kids in one shot? That's bragging rights any director/dp can be proud of."
McDonalds introduces their new crispy chicken sandwich with lettuce, fried onions bacon, on a savory onion roll.
Kikori whiskey is distilled in Japan and made from 100% rice. An award winning newcomer to the whiskey category, Kikori has a velvety smoothness for your palate.
Land O Lakes butter with canola oil is spreadable straight from the fridge. Amazing for your toast, but a definite challenge for tabletop. With a deft hand and a chilled studio, Anneke struck the balance between the shots they needed and the perfect creaminess of their product.
Working with real celebrity/business owner was no challenge for this guy. Jim Perdue was a champion under slow motion/motion control rig conditions.
Fresh spinach, grilled chicken, feta, onions and cheese make this a pizza worth craving.
Is the chili ready? When you can't wait a moment longer than necessary for your favorite meal you may need to ask more than once.
Created for a multimedia campaign for El Buho mezcal. Anneke partnered with photographer VK Rees. Working in tandem this team was able to create a full editorial photography shoot within their video shoot day. Food Styling by Lauren LaPenna.
The chaos of the wedding is over - it's time to unpack those registry gifts. For the couple who values the heart of their home this relaxed, informal brunch is a perfect day.
What draws women to a brand? That was the question that spurred on this campaign. Real friendships, connecting in a meaningful way, and sharing what you love - this was the beauty Anneke sought to capture.
Need an easy weeknight meal? Anneke's got you covered. Quick and simple this pasta will soothe your evening. More recipes in her cookbook.
Peanut Butter & Company is brand who's love of PB&Js is as strong as it's been since their elementary school lunches. They even have a restaurant in NYC that makes nothing but peanut butter sandwiches - cause you should be able to savor them at any age. In this campaign Anneke captures that childhood joy of eating (and sharing) something truly delicious.
The behind the scene video says everything you need to know about Anneke's experience shooting with kids. As her young talent says at the end of a lovely shooting day "it's the best day ever." Anneke believes that's exactly how kids should feel after being on set.
What better topping for waffles than a sweet berry compote infused with a thick rich balsamic vinegar. The recipe can be found in her cookbook.
After an inspiring trip to Mexico discovering a recipe for this ceviche was a must. Bon Appetit magazine turned out to be the hero of the day with this verde-style recipe. Tastes just like the beaches of Tulum. The only thing missing is the fresh squeezed margarita.
A sparkling and magical build of the corporate logo. High speed cameras and liquid gold.
It's the fresh ingredients that make the Wendy's Jr cheeseburger such a standout. Crisp pickles, fresh tomato, lettuce and onion bring out flavor of their cut-no-corners burger.