i post my video series to facebook and instagram, so give me a follow to catch the latest. here’s a taste of some of my fav episodes.
This series explores local dishes you have to try when traveling. Think tokyo’s most epic bentos, Melbourne’s iconic coffees, or funky natural wines from Mexico’s under-the-radar regions. What are these dishes, where can you find them, and most importantly (duh!), how do they taste?
Regional Eats: Tortas Ahogadas in Guadalajara
Regional Eats: Tortas Chilaquil in Mexico City
60 SECONDS IN…
This series is all about the eye candy. It’s the best shots from a destination — from food to street art and moving portraits. Think of it as a digital postcard from some of my favorite places around the globe.
60 Seconds in… Guadalajara
the First thing I do when I hit the ground is visit a local farmers market to see what grows in a region, how the produce tastes, and of course nosh on some local snacks.
Market Research: Mercado San Juan De Dios, Guadalajara
Market Research: Mercado Paloquemao in Colombia
women in food
Originally launched in 2010, I’ve revived this docu-series showcasing inspiring females in the food industry. My goal is to highlight women in traditionally male-dominated roles to inspire the next generation of young women to become chefs, makers, distillers, you name it. the sky is the limit, ladies!
Women in Food: Fernanda Corvarrubias
I often license video content to folks like Tastemade, Sky Vision, Tastemade Travel, and Discovery. And from time-to-time I go on air to talk about what’s happening in the food scene. You can check out some of those segments here.
Tastemade: Michelin Starred Dim Sum at Tim Ho Wan
Women in Food: Eastside Food Fest for KTLA Morning News
Tastemade Spotlight: The Chocolate Island of Grenada
Tastemade Spotlight: Taking the Tequila Train in Jalisco
Tastemade Spotlight: Underwater Sculpture Diving in Grenada
Tastemade Spotlight: Waterfall Diving in Grenada