Diana DeLucia is an accomplished Photographer who specializes in Events, Corporate Portraits for LawFirms and Business Executives, Food and Restaurant Photography and Product Photography. Other areas of photography include Architecture and Environmental Photography. Her images have appeared in many publications including Esquire, Ritz Carlton Magazine, Wine Spectator, Mind Food, Restaurant Insider, CT Magazine and many others. She is also a cook book photographer.
Diana found a niche in Corporate Portrait Photography when she redefined photographing the Basic Corporate Headshot. There was a need in the market to give executives more personal attention, more poses, and more images to select from thus giving them more control. Seeing the images during the photographic process has helped executives realize the importance of the time and energy they give to Diana during the shoot, they can find what they do or don’t like about their look immediately and together work on making adjustments. The Basic Corporate Headshot is used in so many instances, on the company website, marketing materials, the media and even audio visual presentations at large meetings and events. It’s easy to underestimate its importance.
Food Photography is a passion for Diana and she has photographed the food of many of the world’s finest chefs, including Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Gordon Ramsay, Nobu and many more. She sees food as an art form that is delicious, sexy and very visually stimulating.
Diana knows that all Restaurants need top notch photography of their menu, interiors and staff. The photography should be a very important part of the marketing budget. The customer will judge your restaurant on the images you present in your marketing and media materials.
Diana also realises that Restaurant budgets vary and has created Restaurant Packages to suit most budgets.
Specialties:Corporate Portraits Food and Restaurant Photography Product Photography Interiors and Exteriors Book Photography (cookbooks, culinary books, book covers) Editorial Pro Bono considered for Charity projects.