With an unbridled curiosity, a spirit for adventure and a lively appetite, there was no stopping me as a child.
Add to that an interest in learning and you end up with a girl who has more education than she knows what to do with in more fields than employers know how to hire.
In short, I have tried working in all my education’s fields, respectively.
It is no mere fantasy (or maybe it is) to bring my childhood, family history and education in the culinary arts, my work as a photographer and my business experience into one whole. I know this is absolutely crazy, but I have to try.
Arguably this is what I know best.
Baking, unsupervised as a 7-yearold my mother quickly realized that I was going to be a cook, and there would be no way of keeping me out of that kitchen. Hence, she decided that it would be best to show me how to use the kitchen in a safe manner. If I was going to use the oven, at least I would know how to do it.
I have worked on Lively Appetite for almost 4 years now. I want to teach, create and explore food and the experiences that we have surrounding food. This is not enough… It feels as if a part of me is missing…
I have a passion for the visual arts and a skill set that was going to waste, laying dormant. therefore, I am incorporating Champagne Hippie Photography. Another experiment to build my portfolio, work on creative visual projects and seek to combine my passions in interesting ways.
Documenting the food I eat, the places I travel and the experiences that shape me is what I have to share. It’s an experiment and an adventure, and I invite all to join me on my very unconventional path.