|By George (George) on Friday, March 23, 2001 - 09:33 am: Edit|
Apologies for taking so long to get this up.
Better late than never. ;<)
All the Best,
|By vzen on Tuesday, April 03, 2001 - 12:32 pm: Edit|
HI EVERYBOBY OUT THERE!I'M A CHEF IN SINGAPORE WHO ARE KEEN IN GOING INTO FOOD STYLING BUT HAVE NO DIRECT EXPERIENCE IN THIS.I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS KIND OF COURSE FOR A YEAR.THOUGH I FOUND A FEW COURSE IN STATES BUT THE DURATION OF THE COURSE IS KIND OF HARD FOR ME TO LEAVE MY COUNTRY.SO I HOPE THAT ANYONE OUT THERE KNOWS WHERE AROUND MY REGION IS THERE ANY FOOD STYLING COURSE AVAILABLE,FOR EXAMPLE, AUSTRALIA?HOPE CAN GET SOME HELP OUT THERE .THANKS!!
|By Daedalus2k on Monday, April 23, 2001 - 05:18 pm: Edit|
I am also interested in breaking into food styling/writing. I'm a classically trained chef that has worked in some top notch restaurants such as Union Square Cafe, Oceana, Aquavit, La Belle Vie. I've tired of the taxing hours (nights, weekends, holidays)and want to persue a career that is more suited to my artistic tempermant. I attended college for creative writing and have a healthy interest in photography. Seems to me like a perfect marriage of interests. Any suggestions on how I might enter this field? Any help would be greatly appreciated
|By ciffone on Tuesday, May 15, 2001 - 11:34 am: Edit|
Hi Daedalus2k Try this site http://www.foodphotography.com/student.html
Sorry to tell you, working as a food stylist won't solve the "tired of the taxing hours" problem. You may want to focus on food writing.