My dream as a filmmaker and visual story teller is to entertain and inspire. The art of entertaining everyday people, in ways I most enjoy to be entertained.
Storytelling is intended to take away something learned, something worth remembering.
Peas and Carrots Food Bloggers
How did it happen that two food bloggers, who live in different parts of the United States, meet? Was it possible to collaborate their very different, unique styles in the kitchen, on film?
Food Network! That’s how. In 2015, my name got tossed into the ring to apply for my very first food competition with Food Network: Clash of the Grandmas.
Film Makers and Food Network
Ally Phillips, CEO of Ally’s Kitchen was to be on a different episode from me. Production accidentally sent me her emails. Accident my tahootie!
The rest is history. We both knew nothing happens by accident and so we spent a few weekends together to film. I wrote, filmed and produced ‘our‘ kinda camera kitchen fun! Ally’s spunk fueled me.
Visual Storytelling With Food Bloggers
We capture our guests and audience with antics. Our yummy food, and alluring settings, invite them to “Come sit, Eat, and Chat with us!”
As cherished “Grandmas”, we offer ideas, wisdom, and encouragement. Of course it gets served with a mix of light hearted laughter, deliciously healthy recipes, and good old-fashioned anecdotes.
Our guests and audience get to sample the comforts and companionship that we find are much needed in life.
Classic Fables With Peas And Carrots
In my passion for storytelling, I am often reminded of Aesop’s Fables and the Parables, where profound messages are transmitted in the simplest of ways.
My foodie friend Ally and I believe we will gather a viewing tribe and engage many people.
We call ourselves Peas and Carrots because we have different cooking styles, yet… hey, its still food!
Our audience is invited to become our “Peas & Carrots” buddies, friends, besties, and more.