Even Winston Churchill and Ernest Hemingway were rubbish writers once. By learning from the food industry's greats, you too can weave inspiring prose with a volley of real life tips. Far better, in fact, than anyone who studied at journalism school.
About Tristan Rutherford:
Tristan Rutherford is a five-times award winning journalist who contributes to The Times and The Daily Telegraph. Brought up in the Bahamas, at the age of five his parents blew his illusions by moving to the British Midlands. Tristan relocated to the French Riviera in his early twenties, and has also been based in Shanghai, Istanbul and New York. In his Masterclass, he will be sharing how best to become a food writer.