Food Styling & Photography
Your food should look as good as it tastes. We'll make that happen with beautiful food photography and professional styling. We shoot in our fully-equipped culinary studio in Kansas City's West Bottoms and on site.
We create compelling, engaging content that is relevant to your restaurant, product, or brand that also happens to be SEO-friendly — the best kind of SEO there is. That means when new visitors get to your site, they'll actually want to stay.
Feed Me Creative is a full-service culinary creative and marketing agency based in Kansas City, Missouri. We build great looking, high functioning websites, create enduring brand identities, and do a bunch of other really important marketing stuff.
We specialize in recipe development, food styling, and photography for restaurants, bars, and food brands, but we'll work with anyone hungry for more business.
You're probably wondering who "we" are, huh?
We are Jeff Akin and Emily Farris and we love food. We love food so much that when we started working together in the creative department of a nonprofit, we constantly found ourselves talking to each other about it and writing to each other about it.
In 2012, we launched feed me kc, a Kansas City food blog with recipes, dining diaries, and a fair share of ridiculousness. A year later, we quit our day jobs to try to make a living combining what we love (food) with what we do well (branding, marketing, design, and content development).
Jeff is a culinary-school dropout with a Masters degree in marketing. He worked as a line cook before his totally rational fear of falling headfirst into a deep fryer forced him from the kitchen and into an office. But his cube was kind of a bummer, so now he works in a culinary studio, developing recipes and taking photographs for national food brands and publications. (And he has a special helmet he wears on frying days.) Read more.
Creative Director & Partner
Emily is a writer, editor, designer, and food stylist. She has designed promotional materials and packaging for food brands and family farms, built websites and managed social media campaigns for restaurants, and publicized cookbooks by world-renowned chefs. Her food and lifestyle writing has appeared in publications you’ve actually heard of (as well as many you haven’t) and her first cookbook was published by Penguin. Read more.