Carofoli Participates In Imaging Technology Project

Carofoli participates in imaging technology project

The Imaging Technology Team invited John Carafoli, nationally known food stylist and writer, to campus for a three-day workshop this past June. Styling food is precise work and requires patience and huge amounts of ingenuity. "This is part of the business, if things go wrong, you've got to correct them immediately," explained Carafoli to the attendees. He worked with teams of students and faculty from printing, packaging, art and design, food-related fields and photography. Also attending the workshop were food stylist professionals from several major food companies.

The Imaging Technology Project, funded by the Foundation, begins its third year of operation with assignments ranging from concept to completion of menus, posters, packages, training manuals, and/or table tents for clients. The students work in teams of four with two faculty/staff consultants. The teams do not receive credit for the projects nor do the consultants receive a salary.

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