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Kerri Brewer is a creative based in Brooklyn, New York. She works as a consultant, photographer, and creative director. She specializes in creating visual assets for food and lifestyle publications. And is available to consult on a range of projects from recipe development to full brand execution and space design.

A classically trained artist, she holds a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, where she graduated with honors in photography. She started her photography career as part of the team at the beloved Gourmet Magazine. Her client list includes Food Network, the Cooking Channel, Gilt Taste, Core, Pinch Food Design, TwistbyPinch, Manna, writer Jane Lear, interior decorator Thomas Jayne, artist Burkindy and wellness magazine Bonberi. Her work has also been seen in various publications including the New York Times, Real Simple, and the Wall Street Journal, as well as several cookbooks. She builds long-term relationships with clients that span years, working collaboratively to produce memorable visual imagery. 

In addition to her work in editorial and publishing, she was also the creative behind Mighty Balls, the popular casual meatball eatery. Started as a pop-up food stand, it was consistently named as one of the best food vendors in the nation, with a buzz that had people lining up down the block. She successfully grew the company from a small crowd-funding project into a keystone vendor and launched a brick and mortar location. As managing partner, and creative director, Brewer was completely hands on, doing everything from concepting, branding, recipe development, and design to actual build out of the space, creating a fully rounded brand with an efficient operation and a loyal following. 

Her photographs marry the loves of food, travel, and art. As a person who believes an evening is best passed around a shared table, she brings value to a project beyond the tangible visuals. She is always down for a good collaboration. In addition to shooting, she is currently consulting for the New York Times.

 

 

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