Pastry Chef, Flour Pot
What Lisa says :
I am over the moon about the fun we had. Still.
I have to say I knew it would be. It was just so easy to get into a creative groove with you for the afternoon.
I really felt like you were in your zone and I was in mine. And that certainly would not have happened if you didn’t set the stage and allow me, no actually full on nudge me to do my thing and genuinely celebrate it. And the results were perfect. I finally have a glimpse of what I want to share with my potential clients and industry peers.
The images represent exactly what I want to showcase in my craft. Invaluable as an artist.
About Lisa :
As a child, Lisa always spent a lot of her time creating things. Painting, crafting, exploring… This naturally led her to the love of food and the kitchen. Mother nature has become one of her biggest creative influences, and after years of travelling & working in a range of kitchens she returned back to school in Vancouver to get her accreditation in the pastry program at The North West Culinary Academy.
Lisa is a true creator, always proud of the steps taken to create. From the creative concept, to sourcing the ingredients and making everything from scratch, her goal is always to create something that conveys the love I have for the craft I have spent my life immersed in.
A big reason we love Lisa's work :
Lisa pours so much love into her creative work! Part of that is sharing her knowledge and making sure that her work is intertwined with the natural world. Her newsletter does all that and more: gives inspiration, promotes seasonal recipes, and shares goodies for every holiday.
"Connection with the ingredients and the artistic process are my two main loves. I always lead with those front of mind.” Whether you're photographing her or enjoying a slice of her delicious cake—it shows. You can see more about her and her work at www.theflourpot.ca.
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