For over three decades, Romulo Yanes has defined the way we see food. Yanes was born in Cuba and moved to the United States when he was eight years old. After years of training, hard work, and dedication in photography, Yanes found a new home in New York City at the legendary Gourmet magazine. He captured countless iconic images as their staff photographer for nearly 25 years. Both in the studio and on the road, Yanes photographed restaurant and home-style dishes, street scenes, chefs, entertaining features, ingredients, and food markets. His work graced countless covers and continuously evolved with the changing culinary scene. In 2005 and 2008, Gourmet took home the ASME award for photography. When Gourmet ceased publication, Yanes was immediately in demand among other food magazines. He has since shot stunning stories for Bon Appetit, Martha Stewart Living and Everyday Food, Cooking Light, Health, and many other publications. Yanes also photographs beautiful books, most notably two works from illustrious first ladies: Cooking for Madam: Recipes and Reminiscences from the Home of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and An Invitation To The White House: At Home With History by Hilary Rodham Clinton. Yanes’s other books include: Truly Mexican by Roberto Santibanez, How To Cook Everything: The Basics by Mark Bittman, Power Food By Martha Stewart, American Food by Martha Stewart, Tacos by Shelley Wiseman, Simple Asian Meals by Nina Simonds, The Book of Burger by Rachael Ray, Bread by Nick Malgieri, Weight Watchers Power Foods Cookbook, the forthcoming My Portugal by George Mendes, and nearly 20 editions of The Best of Gourmet.

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