Libby Volgyes is an international-award winning food and beverage photographer based in West Palm Beach, Florida and Hood River, Ore. She launched Libby Vision, a food photography studio in 2012 after years of working for The Palm Beach Post as a visual journalist. Today, Volgyes works on various food and beverage advertising and editorial projects. She is known for an evocative dark and moody style of food photography and her impactful beverage photography.
In spring of 2019, her personal project Faces of Food was selected to exhibit at the FoodPhoto Festival in Vejle, Denmark. She was the only American and one of just 17 photographers honored. The project went on to be a finalist for the FoodPhoto Feature Award.
During the pandemic, Volgyes and her husband bought a 1903 farmhouse in Hood River, Oregon and she is currently renovating the 4,000 square foot Craftsman. She enjoys traveling between the Pacific Northwest and south Florida. When not working, she enjoys hiking, traveling, espresso and her two-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, Talulah.
- FoodPhoto Festival 2019 Exhibitor and Finalist for Faces of Food
- Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year shortlist, 2019 and 2020
- Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches exhibitor, 2019
- Top 50 Blogs
- Finalist in FoodPhoto Affair categories for Wine Your Wayand Published Work (2020-2021)