Welcome to our newly renovated prop room! With a space the size of a small studio apartment- 18 x 24 ft (432 sq. ft)- we have plenty of room for our huge collection of props 🙂 What more could a food photographer want?

We’ve updated and organized our large plate selection to accommodate any food imaginable. For a studio that loves food photography as much as we do, this prop room is a dream come true.

Ice cream bowl? Check. Soup bowl? Check. Coin bowl? Check. You name it, we’ve got the right bowl for you. It’s truly an oasis for a food photographer :p

We created an efficient system to arrange our platters, dishes, vases, mason jars, glasses, silveware, and so much more. Clients can see and access what we have available by simply visiting the prop room- in person or digitally!

Color coded and perfectly folded fabrics make us happy 🙂 Our newly updated system lets clients find what they need quickly and effortlessly. We’ve digitally archived all of our props so clients can pick exactly what they want before even coming to the studio!

Beautiful china such as these deserves a nice place to call home and we are happy to have built it.

With all these dishes, we might need to have a dinner party soon :p

We also have wooden surfaces, metal surfaces, all kinds of background options, and many more props not seen here. With all these props, we can create any set imaginable!

If you have any questions about what we have in stock, please give us a call and we’d be happy to send over some images of our extended collection.


It looks gourmet, but you can get it all from the freezer section at
BJ’s Wholesale Club.


Good Wive’s Butternut Squash Crisps

Buitoni Butternut Squash Ravioli

Chudleigh’s Apple Blossoms


Michael Indresano
shot a spread for Scene Magazine at O Ya,
Boston’s award winning Japanese restaurant and sushi bar.”O Ya was named #1 New Restaurant in United States
in 2008 by the New York Times,
World’s 10 Best New Restaurants of the Year by Food & Wine
and deemed “Transcendental” by CNN Money
among other #1 and top ten ratings.”

Bobby with owners Nancy & Tim Cushman
discussing the shoot and layouts.Bobby and Michael planning together.

Michael shot the portrait of the owners, Nancy & Tim.

It wouldn’t be a restaurant shoot without….


cooking…and eating!

Final Spread Images:



Mary Brush flew in from California to work on a shoot with Indresano Photography.

This beautiful cake starts with some ice cream.

Stylist Assistant, Travis Grandon does the heavy lifting…

…While Mary smooths thing out.

A lot more goes into making these cakes delectable than you might think.

Attention to details makes all the difference.


The crew just couldn’t help themselves… This cake tastes as good as it looks!