Andrew Scrivani of - Biography

New York, NY

August 2011

Andrew Scrivani is man of many hats. The former high school teacher and coach, Scrivani is now a New York-based freelance commercial and editorial photographer, food stylist, writer, and blogger. He’s been has been photographing for The New York Times Dining Section since 2002, as well as the “Recipes for Health” column by Martha Rose Shulman (in The New York Times on the Web Fitness and Nutrition section) since 2008. 

But Scrivani’s work isn’t confined to the Gray Lady. His photographs have been printed in prominent magazines and newspapers worldwide, including The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Food Arts, and Edible Manhattan. And some of Scrivani’s lastest work also is featured in international advertising campaigns by Red Lobster and Sargento Cheese.

Most recently, Scrivani completed photography for Melissa Clark’s new book Eat This Now, and is one of the featured photographers for the recently launched GILT Taste website. He also contributes columns on food and photography at The New York Times Diner’s Journal blog, as well as his own personal blog, making SundaySauce .

When he isn’t photographing, writing, or styling, Scrivani shares his talents as a teacher in photography workshops and speaks nationally on the subjects of food photography and styling—a natural extension of his pre-photography life as teacher and coach.