So with 2018 rapidly coming to an end and as we see 2019 approaching the horizon, we wanted to give you the breakdown of our best-loved images this year! With Me:Mo we immerse ourselves in all things restaurant social media. It’s our job to pull out all the stops to make sure we’re conscious of the content we create to make sure it’s the most evoking thing all your followers see on their morning scroll. Restaurant social media is imperative to businesses in this digital generation so let us show you some of the best images we have come across – We’ll slip in a few of our own in-house photographers work too because inspiration equals influence.


Joe Howard – With one of his most recent shoots being at Gujarati Rasoi a client who we run their restaurant social media for. Our in-house photographer, Joe, has a great eye for minimal styling and clean lines is evident in these images – The best work yet, nice one!


Pattie Tobin – With a recent shoot at Galvin at Windows, Pattie, our other in-house photographer. Pattie was given the brief to capture their new cocktail menu inspired by their 12 years celebrating being on the 28th floor. With an eye for angles and capturing textures and details, this was the product.


Issy Croker – At Me:Mo we’re really loving Issy’s work! Perfectly capturing lifestyle and food together with a combination of a rustic feel, it certainly gets our vote. Issy regularly photographs for Observer Cook and for cookbooks. Her style could be perfect for your restaurant social media platforms


Louise Hagger – Another food and still life photographer we’re really loving at the moment is Louise Hagger. Having shot for Sunday Times Food, Guardian Feast as well as campaigns for Las Iguanas and Rosa’s Thai Café. Her style is very composed but packs a very colourful punch, we can’t stop scrolling.


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