Foodies and photography lovers, look no further than Brittany Wright's fastidiously organized Instagram page for inspiration. According to the artist and freelance photographer from Seattle, who is working on teaching herself how to cook "anything and everything," she sees food as art and cooking as science, and that kind of inspired thinking is what has skyrocketed her to close to 100,000 Instagram followers.
This particular food series, titled #FoodGradients, involves arranging foods by color and shooting them from particular angles. Though the idea seems simple, Wright's work has been featured everywhere from BuzzFeed to the New York Times for her diligent eye and her seemingly endless bound of ideas. From toast to cabbage, peppers, tomatoes and citrus, Brittany Wright's exceptional food portraits are not shy to boast the benefits of healthy foods through enticing visuals.
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