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Do More of What You Love // Not a Foodie Post

Hello my foodie friends! What a crazy time. I feel like 1st January ticked over, I blinked and now we’re approaching the middle of the year. Being busy is wonderful but it sure does make the time fly.

Aside from the fact I had a small fire in my kitchen which not only scared the baby cheeses out of me but rendered my stove top useless, I’ve been somewhat scarcely present in my own kitchen lately. And if you’ve been reading for awhile you’d also know my oven has a mind of its own since half of the door fell off and it now hinges quite literally on, well a broken hinge. Not to say I can’t still cook. I have a BBQ, a George Foreman grill, a fabulous rice cooker that makes risotto at the touch of a button, but it just means I need to be a little more creative instead of switching the oven or stove top on. It’s okay, I’m loving the opportunity to have to be somewhat more innovative (for a lazy cook like me).

So kitchen mishaps aside I have some fabulous ideas which I am working on in coming weeks, so don’t worry there will be more food ’round these parts in the very near future. But for now I wanted to share some of what I have been up to with my photography.

The thing I love most about Perth is the wonderfully creative and supportive network I have found myself in. I met with two amazing, amazing talented beings this week to prepare for a styled shoot that I know is just going to knock my socks off. I will probably be bare footed because that’s how I love to shoot, but socks would be gone if I was to wear any. I also have some wonderful collaborations for the blog, food related of course, coming up. And then in my non-existant spare time I do this…

If you’re in Perth and are ever looking for a photographer, I’m your gal! You can view my portfolio over at my website. I also run food photography and styling workshops in Claremont on a regular basis, you can also find out more about that on my website.

Meanwhile, apologies for the silence. I will be back in a few days with a fabulously easy risotto recipe! Until then, do more of what you love.

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  • EssentiallyJess - You are honestly so talented Peggy! If I was in Perth I would be getting you to take some pics.ReplyCancel

  • lisa - I am so happy for you Peggy. You have really found your niche, your little corner of the world that makes you shine! Leap is your word for sure Peggy.ReplyCancel

  • Peggy Saas - Thank you Jess, you’re too kind. xReplyCancel

  • Peggy Saas - Thank you Lisa. Leap definitely does feel like home to me. It took such a long time for me to reach that leaping point, but once I did it just felt so right. It’s lovely to hear encouraging words from you, thank you. xReplyCancel

  • The Life of Clare - Love these photos! Am keeping my fingers crossed that you come over East for a work shop!ReplyCancel

  • Peggy Saas - Thank you Clare. I hope to make it over later this year. :)ReplyCancel

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