Manny Rodriguez, Food Beverage Photography, commercial food, food photography, advertising, restaurant, editorial, cookbooks, table top, food styling, prop styling, lifestyle, kids, entertaining, Terri Glanger, Josh Blaylock

Heather Williams

Artist Agent/Producer

Heather Williams, a Californian transplant to Dallas, Texas, has represented commercial photographers for fifteen years.   She is the creator and agent for The Food Photo Agency.  Known for an infectious smile, unparalleled client services, and unmatched creative passion, Heather will ensure client expectations are exceeded.   She partners with her clients to provide resourceful solutions, while thriving under pressure, and delivering quality work when it matters most.  Heather is married with two teenage boys, and when not working, gardens and decorates to keep her creative juices flowing. For all current and prospective jobs, please don’t hesitate to give her a call!


Berry Hawkins


Berry Hawkins has been in the advertising and marketing business for over twenty years.  Her experience is multi-faceted with an expertise in commercial photographer and illustrator representation, in-house marketing, project production, studio/office management, and contract negotiation.  With a focus on making sure each project detail is agreed to and understood by all parties, Berry is careful to ensure there are no pre, or post-project, surprises.  The range of projects she has contributed to vary from the local mom-and-pop shops to international agencies, and small one-time ads to campaigns reaching international markets.  Getting things done quickly, smoothly and effectively, with a focus on client relationships is her specialty.  Berry’s capabilities and contributions help ensure The Food Photo Agency’s commitment in the continuation of delivering the very best to our clients that specialize in the food and hospitality industries, worldwide.

Josh Blaylock


Josh Blaylock’s relationship with cameras began in Hollywood where he spent over eight years in front of the camera, landing roles on sets ranging from prime time series to the academy award winning film “No Country For Old Men”. But he found his true love when he stepped behind the camera. With a keen eye for composition, and a deep understanding of lighting, Josh knows how to take a concept and bring it to life. He has a reputation for creating a relaxed atmosphere on set that lets the creativity flow, while directing the production to the final goal of creating eye catching images and delivering above and beyond expectations. Always looking for unique character in his subjects, he loves to create excitement and drama in every image he makes. To Josh, food always has a story to tell, and his lens is his tool to share it.