Life in the kitchen has always been my passion, but I was not sure how I could turn it into my profession.
After living in many cities and working in various types of businesses around the world, I never stopped thinking about pursuing my dream of working in a kitchen. As Le Cordon Bleu is very well recognised worldwide, I knew an education from them would open many doors in the culinary industry no matter where I lived. Finally, in 2011 I decided to join Le Cordon Bleu London, studying for the Pâtisserie Diploma.
The teaching chefs at Le Cordon Bleu not only taught me all the foundations and techniques of classic pâtisserie, but they also taught me to be organised and to believe that perfection is not an option but the only way, with no compromise. The techniques I learned from my teaching chefs in nine months here would have taken me years to learn somewhere else.
With my Le Cordon Bleu education, it was not a challenge after graduating to find a position in five-star hotels in London. My work has been recognised by the media in Thailand, and I was offered an opportunity to design and produce desserts for Harper’s Bazaar Magazine Thailand, April 2013 issue. I am currently working on a food television show in Thailand which I am a presenter and creative director for.
With my passion for food and the fundamental skills I have learned from Le Cordon Bleu, my creative horizon is limitless.