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I believe one of the biggest keys to longevity in our industry is to stay physically fit, which assists with mental well being and it is a great stress relief from the pressures of a commercial kitchen.
I have been a chef for many years and am currently working between three kitchens. I take pride in the dishes I create because they represent you when they are taken front-of-house to your customers.
I started as a casual worker at Barnacle Bill at the age of 14-years-old and have been with the business ever since. It is a family-run business in South Australia and I am very proud to be a part of it.
I started my career at 19 in Dubai. Since becoming a chef, I have made an effort to travel the world to non-traditional locations every year to find inspiration and ideas that I can then showcase on my menus. I believe a menu is an opportunity to express your true self and show off the flavours from across the world.
I'm a passionate chef that strives to make people feel good by delivering a product that is authentic and real.
I have worked in the hospitality for a long time and during this period I have touched on multiple areas of the industry. From being a chef in the kitchen, to sales, business and recipe development and food styling; I've done it all.
I have been working in hospitality for 13 years. When I first started, I began my chef apprenticeship but soon after I decided to go to TAFE to gain a qualification in commercial cookery. After so long, I still love cooking and experimenting with new products and ingredients. I am forever grateful for the opportunities food has given me.
I believe it's important to build relationships with farmers and producers of great Australian produce so I can use the freshest and highest quality produce on offer.
I am a qualified chef and journalist and have tried to make my career varied and combine my two skills. If my work is not creative then it’s not the right fit!
I have worked as a chef since I was 16-years-old and have really enjoyed being able to travel the world as part of this career path. Over the years, I have been trained, worked and lived in London, Paris and now Sydney.
I am a classically trained pastry chef who accidentally started opening restaurants for other people.
I have been a chef for many years and it's simple, I just love what I do!
I’m just a man trying to feed the world!!
I believe in striving for excellence in every aspect including as a chef, this saw me work at Tetsuyas were I learnt some amazing skills and techniques. I was then the successful recipient of the Oliver C Shaul Scholarship which allowed me to travel to Europe and work in some amazing establishments. Once returning I have now dedicated my career to education and the training of Australia’s upcoming young Chefs.
During my early days, I travelled to Europe and was based in the UK county of Shropshire for 10 years, where I gained a Michelin listing whilst head chef at the Hadley Park House Hotel. While I love my job, outside of work I am also a passionate mountain biker and find this a great stress release from work, although my body does not always agree.
I worked in many “hatted” and Michelin starred venues before working at a private school.