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Sam Henderson Imagery

Sam Henderson Imagery Food blogger


The multi-talented Sam is a photographer, writer and food stylist who can look back on experience in fashion and business to produce an inspiring and informative blog called “Today’s Nest”.

Sam Henderson’s love of food is one of the driving forces behind Today’s Nest. Recent recipes include a creamy ricotta ice cream, cucumber-jalapeño popsicles and chocolate-cherry trifle in a glass. The roving reporter and lifestyle guru lives in Dallas, Texas with his two sons, two cats and a spoiled greyhound.

He is the creative director of the innovative blog. His talents and passions range from food styling and photography to interior design and contemporary living. Sam began his career in fashion with a detour into the financial industry. He gets his inspiration from trade glossies and other photographers and is constantly honing his skills.

He created Today’s Nest as a resource for people who want to get the most out of contemporary living. His many interests include fitness, finance, baking, gardening and art. He shares his ideas and discoveries gladly with visitors to his blog. Those who visit the site find themselves just a mouse click away from tips like budgeting with cash envelopes and how to make the perfect cup of coffee.

His blog reviews new products, gives advice on grill parties and even lists the song tracks that put guests in the mood. His D-I-Y page includes tips on how to tie dye T-shirts using fruit and vegetables, making wedding favours and upcycling kitchen utensils to construct a bird feeder.

Sam’s promise is to deliver ideas that are easy to implement, fun to produce and entertaining from the beginning to the end. So follow your own nesting instinct and join him.

Raspberry madeleines dusted with icing sugar Apple cake on a cake stand, sliced Wasabi peas and a gin and tonic A citrus salad with olives and onions Cheesecake pie, sliced Home-made chocolate truffles Garlic chicken with thyme