MasterChef 2015's Master Chocolatier with a hunger for more
Tony was a finalist in the 2015 series of the BBC's MasterChef and forged a name for himself with his desserts and chocolate work. Dubbed “the master chocolatier” by Gregg Wallace, he has spent his time since the competition honing his skills in the pastry kitchen. Having had success with desserts, Tony found a fondness for chocolate work and has been creating stunning puddings that wow both the eye and the palate.
In all his food, he takes traditional flavour combinations and plays with texture and presentation. Tony is currently working on a book of recipes aimed at the amateur cook who wants to create beautiful plates of food in their own homes. The book is due for release in summer 2016.
Tony now acts as a private chef, cooking bespoke dinner parties in his clients' homes across the country. He caters for all tastes and dietary requirements, and creates menus ranging from three-course events up to five-course taster menus with all the trimmings.
A regular on the food festival scene, Tony is a prolific demonstrator, traveling across the length and breadth of the country showing off his cookery skills and spending time meeting the public. He can be found at many of the Foodies Festivals as well as local events and the Chocolate Show at London's Olympia.
Tony works closely with local food suppliers as well as equipment supplier, Burton Sous Vide. He works hard to develop new recipes and ideas and is working on a series of videos demonstrating the best of sous vide cooking and how to make the most of seasonal ingredients.
To contact Tony for food festivals, demonstrations, video, TV or corporate partnerships, please contact Curtis Brown: