I had the pleasure of speaking at the first annual Food Book Fair during their Pecha Kucha* night entitled, “The Dimensions of Food.” In my talk, I tell the story of Studiofeast in three acts. From modest beginnings as a way to have more fun with our food, to throwing some really amazing events, and then looking to the future on where we want to take things next. I talk about how the power of creating food and experiences can change the world around you and preview some of the ways we want to help spread this idea to others. And there’s a bit of food porn thrown in there for good measure.
The slides and audio from my presentation are above and an iPhone captured video is below, after the jump for your viewing pleasure. I’d love to hear what you think in the comments.
*The Pecha Kucha presentation format consists of a series of presenters each speaking over 20 PowerPoint slides of their design, with each slide set to auto-advance every 20 seconds. The constraints make for a brisk evening of focused ideas and that night’s event—completely centered on food—was no exception. Pecha Kucha nights happen regularly all over the world and I highly recommend checking one out near you.