We were incredibly honoured to be able to work with Tessa Bramley of The Old Vicarage to provide food photography that allowed the vibrant yet delicate dishes to speak for themselves.
Wildsmith Photography’s shots of the beautiful culinary creations of Tessa and her team sit proudly on The Old Vicarage’s website, enticing guests with the promise of what to expect from their dining experience.
The images are also set to be included in the Michelin Guide and the Good Food Guide, promoting this wonderful restaurant to lovers of fine dining throughout the UK.
The Old Vicarage
The Old Vicarage is a stunning restaurant located in a 19th century Victorian church house just 10 minutes from Sheffield city centre. From 1998 to 2015, it held one Michelin star under the supervision of Tessa Bramley, who has been the owner and head chef for 30 years.
Completed in 1846, the stone-built house features a gravel driveway, croquet lawn, kitchen garden, stables and coach house, and is the epitome of a traditional English country house. However, once you step inside, you are overwhelmed by the exciting and modern style of cooking that Tessa has created.
Tessa Bramley is an innovative chef, exploring complex and unexpected flavours that are rooted in her classical cooking training. All of the fresh produce used at The Old Vicarage is grown in the kitchen garden or comes from the nearby farms, and only seasonal ingredients are used to ensure the highest quality throughout the year.
Her expertise has led to her being in high demand as a contributor for national magazines and TV appearances and cooking slots on the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. She has written several recipe books and has even worked as an independent consultant for major organisations including P&O Cruises, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s.