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Emma Pharaoh is a photographer currently exploring life in the professional world in and around London, shooting mainly lifestyle, food & street-style photography. She has also featured as one of the top 5 blogger photographers in Blogosphere Magazine.
After graduating with a BA and Mst in History Alice Pilkington went on to qualify as a TEFL teacher in Rome in 2011 and worked there for six months. She taught in various language schools before moving to Istanbul for three and a half years. She eventually decided to return to the UK, and after attending Le Cordon Bleu for three months and gaining a Diploma in Gastronomy, Nutrition and Food Trends, she has dabbled in many different areas of the industry as a food stylist assistant, an Assistant Manager of Urban Pantry, and as a full-time teacher at the Jamie Oliver Cookery School, where Dimo and her first met.
Based in the South East near Brighton, Georgia Strait, known by her followers as the Vegan Pixie, is a massive foodie that loves to share her passion for plant-based food on Instagram. She lets her followers know her opinion on new supermarket and small company product releases as well as reviewing new vegan dishes available at restaurants. Aside from food she loves all things travel and fashion and share vlogs and videos over on her YouTube channel. Make sure to head over to her Instagram @veganpixie_ & YouTube channel (Georgia Skye) to follow along with her adventures.
Originally from a beautiful village, Talaván in Cáceres, Extremadura, José has now lived in London for over 20 years, and is often described as the Godfather of Spanish cooking in the UK. José spent his early years here working at some of London’s most prestigious Spanish restaurants including Eyre Brothers, Brindisa and Gaudi. In 2011, José opened his first solo venture, José Tapas Bar on Bermondsey Street. José Tapas Bar is small and cosy venue, inspired by the bustling tapas bars of Barcelona. The daily menu depends on what looks good at the market on the day and it also serves an array of delicious Spanish sherries to compliment the dishes. Later that year, José launched Pizarro also on Bermondsey Street, which has gone on to earn numerous accolades. Since then José has since gone on to launch two further openings in the Capital: José Pizarro at Broadgate Circle and pop-up restaurant Little José in Canary Wharf. Jose has also appeared on BBC 1’s Saturday Kitchen, Sunday Brunch, Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose and more, He is also a published author of a number of cooking books. Jose believes hat tapas is for all - it’s all in the prep and keeping it simple.