Food stylist Heather Meldrom worked with the team at Wall Street Journal and Hai Hai to make these magical images come to life.Photographer: Ryan LiebeStylist: Vanessa VasquezPhoto Editor: Allison Gumbel See more of Heather’s work at bigleo.com
There’s nothing we love more than festive summer cocktails! Food stylist Heather Meldrom worked with The Wall Street Journal Magazine to create these ridiculously delicious seasonal cocktails. Take a look!
Our favorite part of summer is dining outdoors and enjoying the beautiful, sunny weather. So if you’re hosting a summer dinner soiree, why not move it outdoors? Food stylist Heather Meldrom collaborated with the great team at the Wall Street Journal, to create some delicious recipes that are perfect for your next dinner party, that […]
The Big Leos are VERY much looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner! Turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes–we love all of these yummy traditional staples. BUT, this year we thought we’d try to incorporate something a little different. Seafood. Take a look at this beautiful seafood story from the winter issue of Hannaford Fresh! Big Leo Photographer Antonis […]
Two of our dynamic Big Leo artists, food stylist Heather Meldrom and prop stylist Meagan Camp, teamed up to work on a special Thanksgiving feature for Better Homes & Gardens. The festive story is called Bring It and showcases four up and coming food stars and their favorite Thanksgiving dishes. These recipes could be the perfect addition to your […]
Start your Monday off Right with this article from The New York Times Magazine February 2015 issue. The article discusses the exactness of cooking and whether or not we need to be so measured. Back in the day, cooking recipes called for pinches of this and dashes of that. And now, using our modern and […]
We’re thrilled to announce the release of this gorgeous new recipe book BREAKFAST: Recipes to Wake Up For, which was food styled by the incredibly talented Heather Meldrom! Drawing on his passion for “making the most of the morning” and on his Southern roots, George Weld has been creating fresh, satisfying dishes at his beloved Williamsburg restaurant, Egg for the […]
Tonight’s the first night of Passover and we’re in the midst of planning our Seder. Sometimes it feels like we’re always making the same Passover dishes and desserts. It’s always nice to change things up. So we’re very inspired by this beautiful story in The Wall Street Journal from food stylist Heather Meldrom, photographer Armando Rafael Moutela, and […]