Road To Voracious with Seattle Weekly

 In the Atrium Kitchen with Eat Seattle and chefs: Maximillian Petty (Eden Hill Restaurant), Harry Mills & Chris Horn (The Purple Cafe), Wayne Johnson (FareStart), Liz McCune (Eat Seattle) Jay Midwood (Eat Seattle).

In the Atrium Kitchen with Eat Seattle and chefs: Maximillian Petty (Eden Hill Restaurant), Harry Mills & Chris Horn (The Purple Cafe), Wayne Johnson (FareStart), Liz McCune (Eat Seattle) Jay Midwood (Eat Seattle).

 

The Client: Seattle Weekly

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 Voracious 2016

Voracious 2016

The Project: Road To Voracious

Road to Voracious, a foodie fest with over 35 of Seattle's top restaurants, chefs, distilleries, breweries, wineries, and sweet shops hosted by Seattle Weekly. The 2016 event benefited Pike Place Market Foundation as they worked towards their "Pike Up" campaign. For our story telling ad campaign, we teamed up with Eat Seattle Tours featuring some of Seattle's finest chefs sourcing some of Seattle's finest foods from Pike Place Market. Over the course of 2 seasons we featured a chef story along with a featured class with Eat Seattle.

Read Seattle Weekly Stories from R2V:

CHEF WAYNE JOHNSON TALKS SPRING PAELLA

CHEF AUDREY SPENCE OF FROLIK

CHEF JAY MIDWOOD PICKS APART HIS PALATE

CHEG MEGAN COOMBES COOKS UP A MODERN TAKE ON OKTOBERFEST

CHEF MAXIMILLIAN PETTY DISHES ON MOLECULAR GASTRONOMY

The Experience: 

8 shoots with different chefs and a vast set of skills flavored with personality! Photography, branding and consulting affords me a prime audience with some of Seattle's best known talent and many that grow into long term friendships. In the time that we worked on these shoots Bella Sanger got a twinkle in her eye for her new kitchen "Village Kitchen" (Opening Fall 2017), Maximillian had a baby, Pike Place Brewing opened up their expansion, Jay Midwood joined Eat Seattle and with Wayne Johnson FareStart not only opens a new restaurant but Amazon matched $1m in donations to the project. And Chris Horn taught me that there are probably more sulfites in fries, pre sliced fruits and dried fruits than a glass of wine. Who knew!!

Seattle’s top restaurants, chefs, distilleries, breweries, wineries, and sweet shops.