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Brent Parker Jones

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Brent Parker Jones
Born1969 (age 54–55)
🏳️ NationalityAustralian
🎓 Alma materRMIT University
💼 Occupation
Food photographer
📆 Years active  2009–present
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Brent Parker Jones is a Melbourne based food photographer of Australian descent. His images have graced the pages of numerous foodie magazines and featured in cookbooks for national and international publishers. His obsession with "All things food" secured me a place on masterchef 2009.

Early Life and Career[edit]

He was born in Australia in 1969. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Photography) in 1989 from RMIT University[1], Parker Jones went on to work in photography in the food industry.


In 2009, Parker Jones was selected as one of 20 contestants to take part in first series of MasterChef Australia. He was eliminated in 16th place on 14 May 2009 when he was voted out by his team after a cooking challenge.[2] Parker Jones returned to his career in food photography shortly after leaving the show.[3]


Parker Jones has contributed to numerous recipe books with his photography. His contributions are noted in:

  • Detox. Australia: Carla Bardi, 2013. ISBN 9788860983701 Search this book on .
  • Cool & Fresh Salads. Australia: Carla Bardi, 2013. ISBN 9788860983312 Search this book on .
  • Baking : Wholesome Sweets & Treats. Australia: Rachael Lane, 2013. ISBN 9781760060121 Search this book on .
  • The Whole Pantry. Australia: Belle Gibson, 2014. ISBN 9781921383984 Search this book on .
  • David Herbert's Best Home Cooking. Australia: David Herbert, 2015. ISBN 9781921383205 Search this book on .
  • Les meilleures recettes de pain autour du monde. France: Catherine Vandevyvere, 2015. ISBN 2501099869 Search this book on .


  1. "Brent Parker Jones". Retrieved 4 February 2020.
  2. Calautti, Lisa (12 August 2009). "Team captaincy leads to Masterchef ousting". Retrieved 3 February 2020.
  3. Williams, Gail; Ganska, Helen (6 June 2010). "Masterchef 09: where are they now". Retrieved 3 February 2020.

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