Wasilevich - Photographer - Los Angeles, CA, USA

Mia Wasilevich

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Services

Photographer

Summary:

Professional forager, chef, photographer, food stylist, recipe developer.
transitionalgastronomy.com
wildfoodlab.com

Work History

Chef, Owner, Photographer & Food Stylist at WildFoodLab.com and

Transitional Gastronomy

Transitional Gastronomy is a culinary discipline that aims to create a unique gourmet experience using accessible resources in our immediate environment, such as home gardens and edible plants you find in the urban wilderness (wild food). It’s very much a cooking style based on self-reliance and sustainability while incorporating old world, traditional food preservation techniques, simple ingredients and fresh, foraged wild food. The mission is to create sustainable, innovative, exciting, and nutritious cuisine that anyone can achieve. Most of the cooking is done off the grid and manual appliances (non-electric) are used, mainly, to prepare the food.

Mia is a chef, forager, photographer, food stylist and writer in Los Angeles, California. By the age of 15 she had already traveled to more than 20 countries. A Southern California native, Mia’s cultural background is a mix of Russian, American Indian and South American and through the lens of such a diverse heritage, her culinary lexicon embraces both the simple, homespun foods of the countryside as well as modern urban gastronomy.

Her culinary passions include studying food anthropology and applying traditional, as well as modern gastronomy to her culinary experiments.

Projects

Wild Food Lab

Wild Food Lab is a collaboration between Pascal Baudar/Urban Outdoor Skills and Mia Wasilevich/Transitional Gastronomy.

VIDEO: http://www.wildfoodlab.com/whatwedo.html

We forage what's available seasonally and then both research and test how each ingredient was used in the past, as well as experiment and create new methods and means of utilizing these wild ingredients.

The result is wild cuisine and preserves that are interpreted for today's palate with a modern culinary perspective. We teach and inspire other chefs and culinary professionals, as well as students and together we are developing a new cuisine, unique to California.

Look Good, Feel Good, Be Good

Prop & Food Stylist, Photographer & Photo Editor.

Return to Nature: A Raw & Traditional Foods Cookbook

Prop & Food Stylist, Photographer & Photo Editor.

TransitionalGastronomy.com

Transitional Gastronomy is a culinary discipline that aims to create a unique gourmet experience using accessible resources in our immediate environment, such as home gardens and edible plants you find in the urban wilderness (wild food). It’s very much a cooking style based on self-reliance and sustainability while incorporating old world, traditional food preservation techniques, simple ingredients and fresh, foraged wild food. The mission is to create sustainable, innovative, exciting, and nutritious cuisine that anyone can achieve. Most of the cooking is done off the grid and manual appliances (non-electric) are used, mainly, to prepare the food.

Mia is a chef, forager, photographer, food stylist and writer in Los Angeles, California. By the age of 15 she had already traveled to more than 20 countries. A Southern California native, Mia’s cultural background is a mix of Russian, American Indian and South American and through the lens of such a diverse heritage, her culinary lexicon embraces both the simple, homespun foods of the countryside as well as modern urban gastronomy.

Her culinary passions include studying food anthropology and applying traditional, as well as modern gastronomy to her culinary experiments. I

Qualifications & Certifications

University of San Diego

School of Nature, Common Sense & Creativity

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