It is always fantastic when you get the opportunity to photograph people you have followed on television! And for this photo shoot we were thrilled to photograph Billy and Jack, BBC Masterchef 2016 finalists!
We have always loved the BBC’s Masterchef programme – whether it is the amateur, professional or celebrity versions of the show. For those unacquainted with this hugely popular prime time TV series on BBC1, a selection of talented amateur cooks are judged by John Torode and Gregg Wallace through many cooking challenges. Eventually one cook becomes the Masterchef winner.
This spring we photographed two Masterchef 2016 series participants for our 52 Portraits project, Billy Wright and Jack Layer. Whilst we didn’t spend long with them, we had a blast! They were two exceptionally nice guys, and great fun to be with!
About Billy & Jack
We met Billy and Jack at the London Cooking Project in Battersea, London while they were preparing for one of their hugely popular supper clubs. Following their whirlwind adventure on Masterchef, they have since gone on to form their own catering business which is simply known as Billy & Jack.
They create and cook their own fun and quirky menus for their popular supper clubs. In addition, they undertake consultancy work for restaurants chains and cafes and provide private catering for different events. They are proof that not winning does not preclude you from being a success in a field that you love.
Finally, for more information on Billy & Jack, please follow these links:
Billy and Jack’s website – click here
Billy and Jack’s Instagram feed – click here
Billy and Jack’s Facebook page – click here
Here are some of our images from the photo shoot:
Getting Involved In Our Project
Finally, we would love you to become involved in our photography project. You will receive two complimentary sets of images from the photo shoot, including hi-res and social media photos. Most importantly, you can use these images for personal use on LinkedIn, Facebook and other social media. We ask you to display the images together with a back link to our website and a copyright notice.
You can contact Tony on 07725 805768, Carol on 07703 493574, or use our Contact Page. Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.