At the turn of the New Year (2013) I made the decision to call it a day at my mundane London office job. My reason, to embark on a six month road trip across the United States of America. During these travels I spent hundreds of hours driving some 12,000 miles through sixteen beautiful states. These adventures gave birth to a personal blog fittingly named English Hippy Eats America. The blog started life as a casual recording of travels and culinary exploits throughout America, with emphasis on documenting local dishes, delicacies and traditional cooking methods and practices.
Inspired by these American travels, my love of everything food and a burning desire to work within the culinary world, I attended culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu Dusit (Bangkok) and graduated in the summer of 2014.
I now split my time between Bangkok and London, working in kitchens and writing for a number of magazines and publications. Continue to follow my adventures via English Hippy Eats.
- Graduate from Le Cordon Bleu Dusit (Diplôme de Cuisine 2014)
- Currently working at Casamia (Bristol, UK).
- Previously worked at Nahm, Opposite Mess Hall and Le Beaulieu (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Contributing writer for 2Magazine and Thailand Tatler Best Restaurants Guide 2014