With over five thousand entries, Nacho Urquiza won for his outstanding photography for the cookbook, Cocina Mexicana, Patrimonio de la Humanidad, (Larousse de Mexico) at the Feb. 22-24 Gourmand’s Cookbook Awards ceremony in Paris under the Pyramid of the Louvre Museum, in the Carrousel du Louvre. Nacho is pictured here with Tomás García, director general of Larousse Mexico. Anau de Haro coordinated the book with René López which celebrates 200 years of Mexican cuisine.
Nacho was also part of the team that won Best World Cuisine Jewish for Sefra Dayme, Cien Años de Cocina Judeo-Damasquina en México (Ambar Diseño).
Congratulations, Nacho! You can see more of his work at Estudio Urquiza.