Photographer Chang Ki Chung creates gorgeous culinary still lifes out of artfully stacked food. His latest series was commissioned by the French newspaper LeMonde and features a new still life each week.
Per Chung, his food photography grew out of his love of cooking.
(translated) I used to do portrait photography before moving my studio out of the city and into the country in 1993; that is when I began making still-life photographs. The first things I started to shoot were the small plants growing low on the grounds in the fields around me. Then, as I started to cook for myself, cooking materials and kitchen utensils became the objects of my still lives.