Meals Interrupted: Photography project by Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca
After a huge success of their first project Potholes, husband-wife duo of photographer Davide Luciano and artist Claudia Ficca have teamed up for the second time to create Meals Interrupted, a conceptual photography series of dining tables abandoned because of various events, namely a bee swarm, a devastating fire, a full-blown cafeteria food fight, a calculated mobster hit, and a heavy rainfall.
Davide Luciano is a fine-art photographer and filmmaker based in NYC. He creates large-scale photographic prints that are cinematic in scope and compelling in content. The photography is detailed and vibrant with amazing surrealist qualities, which are elaborately staged.
Claudia Ficca’s journey into professional food styling and photography started in her native Montréal. After getting her BA at Concordia University and taking intensive photography classes, she immediately knew her focus would be food photography. She decided to move to NYC where she received her food styling education by apprenticing under some of the city’s best. Claudia has since photographed and styled everything from advertising to editorial pieces for clients such as Cherry Bombe Magazine, VOGUE TV and Food & Wine Magazine.