Howdy. Let's partner up!
I am always open to exploring new and exciting ways to partner with brands, businesses and buddies. The possibilities are endless, but here are just a few collaboration examples.
Culinary Content Creator
My professional career has spanned the disciplines of interior design, production design and graphic design, but I’ve found that I am most passionate about photography and food styling.
I started the bakingthegoods.com studio as a place to share my love and appetite for food through bright and colorful imagery. I’m available to hire for photography and videography projects. Whether we partner up on recipe development, a product campaign, or you are looking to beef up your brand image and video library, I've got you covered from concept to collateral.
Food & Photography Styling
I have worked as a designer in one way or another for nearly 2 decades. That extensive background has given me a keen eye for detail, which translates well to both food and photo styling. I can take a can of chili and make it look like it just stepped out of a salon. I will search high and low to find a plate that pairs perfectly with your pears. My studio is a styling and props candy store, and details are my jam. Contact me to step up your look.
I’m constantly conjuring up fresh and fun recipes. Like, constantly. It actually might be a problem. Ingredients inspire me and flirting with new flavors is my love language. If you’re looking to partner with a food fiend to develop, test, edit or consult on recipes, contact me and let’s get cooking!
Sponsored posts are an effective and natural way to connect fabulous brands or products with an aligned audience. I only work with brands that I wholeheartedly believe in and personally stand behind. Working together to create a Sponsored Recipe Post is one of my favorite ways to collaborate with brands! Maybe we're a match?
As a baker, I use all kinds of household products on any given day. Ingredients, equipment, kitchen tools, linens, heck even comfortable clothing, jewelry and sensible yet stylish shoes. I am always open to considering Brand Ambassadorships opportunities which I showcase through my website, socials or advertising space on the blog.
Freelance Writing and Editorial Work
In addition to taking colorful photos and creating step-by-step recipes, I am big into writing. Whether you need assistance coming up with copy, you’re looking for a guest poster/blogger, you need an editorial content creator or have some other project that requires juicy, delicious words.
Features & Partnerships
Over the 10+ years that I’ve been in the food blogging biz, I’ve had the opportunity to work with incredible people and clients. I collaborate with brands that resonate with my premium-yet-approachable values and only endorse products and brands that I personally use and adore. I'm proud that my work has been featured in publications from print magazines and books to long-term partnerships and digital features. I still get butterflies whenever I see my Baking The Goods in print and out there in the world.
Brand Partners & Clients
My recipes and photos in publication
- Food Network Magazine Tastemaker 2020/2021
- Bake From Scratch Books Volumes 2, 3 & 4 & Holiday Cookies
- Bake From Scratch Magazine - multiple issues
- Food Network Magazine - multiple issues
- Cherry Bombe Magazine Issue Nº 13: The Baker's Dozen
- Where Women Cook Magazine Mar/Apr/May 2017
- Santa Barbara Life & Style Magazine - multiple issues
- Santa Barbara Magazine - multiple issues
- Edible Santa Barbara
- The California Date Cookbook
- Small Garden Style Book
- Cherry Bombe Podcast Bumper
Food and photo styling in Small Garden Style book
Recipes and photography for The California Date Cookbook
Recipes and photography in various magazine and book publications for Bake From Scratch, Food Network Magazine, Cherry Bombe Magazine & Where Women Cook Magazine
We can all agree that ads can be super annoying, especially when it’s for jock itch powder on a flower delivery website. I strive to keep them to a minimum and relevant to the blog. You won't find me pushing products that I can't get behind. I believe that keeping things transparent is a big deal, especially for the sake of my readers. If Baking The Goods works directly with a brand, it will be clearly and proudly stated in the post.