Kitchen Council is a food startup incubator designed to lower barriers to market entry for food entrepreneurs. Through shared commercial kitchen space and accelerator programming, Kitchen Council aims to increase the startup success and expand inclusivity into “the new food economy.”
The Hoff Family Arts and Culture Center houses the Incubator Kitchen, a commercial grade kitchen operated by the Kitchen Council. The Incubator Kitchen serves as the preparation center for our café and catered events, as well as a classroom for culinary arts students and an area for food startups.
Food Photography Tips & Tricks
March 22 | 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Join us for a virtual presentation and conversation on food photography. Nationally published photographer, Daniel Muller, will offer insights on finding inspiration for your brand, developing content, styling flat lays and backdrops, and capturing intriguing photos with natural light. If you are a foodpreneur, aspiring food photographer or blogger, this is for you.
Daniel Muller is a photographer from Omaha, Nebraska, who loves photographing people and food; especially when they intersect. With roots in the restaurant industry, his passion for cooking, eating and the people that make that possible have been a recurring theme throughout his photography career. Daniel’s work has been featured in: Food and Wine, Perfectly Golden, Martha Stewart Weddings, The Scout Guide, Rolling Stone and Design Bureau. Clients include Goldenrod Pastries, Monarch Prime, Block 16, Daily Grub and Via Farina.
This event is in partnership with Pottawattamie Arts, Culture and Entertainment (PACE) and will be live streamed from Kitchen Council out of the Hoff Family Arts & Culture Center.