Food and a Flash Photography is a husband and wife photography and catering team located in Elkton, Maryland. Mandie, the photographer, has had a camera in her hand from a young age. CJ, the chef, has a passion for food. The photographer loves to capture those moments that are unique to her creative eye, which made her start her business in the first place. From the age of 15, the caterer has worked events. He began his career at the University of Delaware and then went on to do VFW National Conventions. The duo formed their business together in 2012, the same year they got married!
Food and a Flash Photography has enjoyed turning their passion into a reality. Their style consists of contemporary and traditional photos. The photography services include the following:
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Tina · Married on 05/26/2018
We hired Food and a Flash, owned by Mandie and Clinton Slack, to cater our son’s wedding on May 26, 2018. In a word, it was totally HORRIBLE! Walmart Catering could have done a much better job and with better food! Slack is a good name for them, because their business is extremely slacking in all areas. They chose the ALL ABOUT MEAT BUFFET which includes Seasoned Chicken and Beef, Asparagus, Green Beans, Baby Red Potatoes, Salad, Rolls. APPETIZERS: Mozzarella/tomato and Cucumber Canape. First, the appetizers were a disgrace! The cucumber canape was not a cucumber canape at all! They sliced the cucumbers so thin you could see through them and spread some sort of thin paste over them which had morsels of mini canned shrimp in it. It was terrible and embarrassing. The mozzarella/tomato appetizer wasn’t much better. They put 3 serving trays on the buffet table for people to serve themselves. They did not walk around with the appetizers as planned and which we paid EXTRA for! Half of the appetizers were left over after the event, because people just didn’t eat them. They had no visual appeal and the taste was bland! Second, when it was time to serve the dinner, we were simply shocked that the so called “beef” they used was no more than sliced processed lunch meat. Guests were complaining to me that they couldn’t cut the beef because it was tough, and there were numerous complaints that the chicken was not cooked because it was like rubber. They served bagged salad, canned green beans, and the asparagus was completely undercooked and tough. After, making myself a plate of food and tasting it, I was completely horrified, but there was nothing I could do. Nothing was seasoned or good tasting. They used the cheapest ingredients they could buy and pocketed the rest of the money. They arrived dressed for a cookout and did not look like a professional catering co. The food was set up for about 1 hour and then taken down, not 3 hours as agreed for 110 guestSent on 05/31/2018
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