#4 - HOW TO GROW YOUR INSTAGRAM - ON-AIR MENTORING SESSION

#4 - HOW TO GROW YOUR INSTAGRAM - ON-AIR MENTORING SESSION

In today’s episode (4) on The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, you’ll be listening in on one of my instagram mentoring session; I’m working with aspiring food blogger and foodie Penelope from Penelope’s Food Blog. I give Penelope some suggestions on growing her instagram audience and we dig deeper into the following topics too...

#3 - HOW TO GET A COOKBOOK DEAL WITH NOURISH ATELIER

#3 - HOW TO GET A COOKBOOK DEAL WITH NOURISH ATELIER

In today’s episode (3) on The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Nina Olsson, cookbook author, food and travel photographer, known on instagram as Nourish Atelier. We dig deeper into the following topics..

  • Nina introduces herself and talks about all the professional hats she wears

  • Nina speaks about how her passion for food developed

  • Nina explains how and why she started her instagram account Nourish Atelier

  • She shares tips on how to develop your food styling skills

  • Nina talks about how she got her cookbook deal

#2 - HOW TO START A FOOD BUSINESS WITH DELISH VEGAN DOUGHNUTS

#2 - HOW TO START A FOOD BUSINESS WITH DELISH VEGAN DOUGHNUTS

In today’s episode (2) on The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with Sumera, artist, musician and vegan doughnut baker and owner of Delish Vegan Doughnuts. We delve deeper into the following topics..

  • Sumera introduces herself

  • Sumera reveals why she wrote the Eat, Capture, Share podcast theme song ‘‘I SEE YOU’’ and what it means

  • Sumera shares how she went from strugging musician to successful full-time vegan doughnut shop owner

#1 - INTRODUCING THE EAT CAPTURE SHARE PODCAST

#1 - INTRODUCING THE EAT CAPTURE SHARE PODCAST

I have been teasing you for weeks (and loving it), but I finally wanted to share what’s been going on behind the scenes: I’ve starting my own PODCAST! It’s something I have been thinking about for so, so long and - with the support of my creative community, who also kept this secret safe and sound - as well as YOUR continued support and interest in me and my little plant-based food photography blog I finally felt brave enough to go for it.