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RL Spotlight: A Food Photographer's Minimalist Kitchen

Mylene Chung’s personal space becomes the perfect studio for various projects

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Photography: Paolo Feliciano and Toto Labrador Pictorial Direction: Nat M. Clave

Mylene Chung’s love of food isn’t about whipping gourmet dishes; it’s actually all about styling and capturing them in photographs. “Basically, I started way back as a general photographer lang, and then gradually, I decided to specialize in food photography,” says Mylene. “So when I had my first food client, which was Red Mango, that was when I realized I wanted to focus on food lang.”

Mylene styles props and shoots food for a number of clients, including Nestlé and Maggi. She also does restaurant work for Wrong Ramen, which she co-owns with three other partners. “Wrong Ramen was actually a vision of our team. We wanted to have a ramen place that’s not really the authentic kind. We wanted to play with ramen a bit, that’s why we have different kinds of it,” Mylene explains. Aside from these, Mylene and her partners are also busy with projects for their food blog pepper.ph. 

Read the original article ("In the Kitchen With...") in the August 2013 issue of Real Living Magazine. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App now! Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details. 

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