Merry Christmas!

  Merry Christmas! Christmas is only days away and I’ve decorated my little tree with some of my favourite photos. Check it out in the gallery below! It’s been a great year with lots of new adventures taking me from Manchester to Paris and everywhere in between, including photographing Royalties, colourful interiors and scrumptious food. Just…


Heavenly homemade

Food photography by Marte Lundby Rekaa I’m very lucky to have amazing friends who know how much I love food! So nothing makes me happier than when they bring me little homemade treats. I just had to shoot these little pots of yumminess last week before it was all gone. Big thank you to Patrick…


Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween “When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam, may luck be yours on Halloween!” (Quote unknown)   Wishing you all a delightfully spooky weekend! Best regards,        


Mark Carne – A Leadership Portrait of Network Rail’s CEO

Portrait photography It’s my pleasure to present the first portrait in a series of interviews on the subject ‘Conscious Leadership’.  The project is a collaboration with Oddi Aasheim, Managing Director of SLP Global, who spends his days working with people that are up for making our world a truly exciting and fulfilling place. We’ll be interviewing and…


Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Thank you for all your interest and support in the last year. 2015 is already looking very promising with some exciting commissions both in London and further afield. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas filled with laughter and good food. All the best, Marte  

Seasonal greetings

Happy Christmas Wishing you time to enjoy the simple pleasures of this holiday season Light a candle, wrap up warm and smell the spices! Christmas is upon us, and with this photo I would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you in 2014! All the best, Marte

Plenty of fish

There’s plenty of fish in the sea, and we recently had some for lunch at Park Royal  Studios. The sardines were practically begging to be photographed, so I thought I’d share a couple with you. Credits: Photography: Marte L Rekaa Chef: Jason Cloete & Jason Park Royal Studios: www.parkroyalstudios.com     


Chef Taster: Nick Sandler

Nick Sandler Creative Chef, Pret A Manger Our delicious autumn recipe Rustic Courgette de Nice comes from Nick Sandler, Pret’s Creative Chef, and his treasured wood-fired oven. It’s an inspired combination of ingredients fresh from the local farmers market. So inviting, our photographer couldn’t make up her mind whether to eat it or take pictures…


Chef Taster: Rustic Courgette de Nice

Rustic Courgette de Nice by Nick Sandler, Creative Chef of Pret A Manger Hearty chunks of courgettes and aubergines with vine tomatoes, mozzarella and parsley For autumn’s seasonal recipe we have collaborated with Nick Sandler, Creative Chef at Pret A Manger. It is a simple dish made for busy people, that will leave you wanting for…


Chef Taster: Jubilee Pigeon

Jubilee Pigeon by Daniel Ayton of 51 Buckingham Gate & Chefbytes Crostini of wood pigeon with new season asparagus, beetroot and feta salad Ingredients: •1 whole pigeon • 6 baby beetroot with leaves • 60g feta • 6 tips new season asparagus • 6 halves sun blushedcherry tomatoes • 1 slice bread • Olive oil…


Chef Taster: Daniel Ayton

Daniel Ayton Executive Sous Chef of Buckingham Gate and founder of Chefbytes For the interview with Chef Daniel Ayton for Chef Taster, we collaborated with filmmaker Jonathan Crane of Perpetual Films. Jonathan is a talented filmmaker with many years experience from producing documentaries for the BBC. We were very excited when we got him on…


Chef Taster: Assaggio di Primavera

Assaggio di Primavera by Jose Graziosi Pan-roasted sea bass, wild garlic pesto, asparagus, broad beans, peas and clams Assaggio di primavera is a mouth-watering seafood dish that deliversa burst of spring sunshine onto your plate. A crisp, meaty sea bass, enriched but not overpowered by a velvety pesto, is balanced by vibrant herbs and fresh…

iPad cover: DONE!

If you’ve been reading my blog you already know that I like to knit, and I have finally finished the iPad cover. Luckily my photography and retouching skills are better than my knitting skills, so I have managed to hide most of the mistakes I’ve done… But nevertheless, I’m quite proud of the finished product! I…