Submitted by Sheri Wetherell on March 12, 2015
He's back by popular demand! Veteran food photographer, writer, chef, Todd Coleman, will lead a hands-on Stop Motion Food Photography session at IFBC 2015.
Todd Coleman, co-creator of DeliciousContents.com has seen every side of the food world—from behind the lens to behind the pen, the line, and beyond. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Todd was obviously (and voraciously) predisposed to a career in cuisine. But unlike some CIA grads, he didn’t veer narrowly to one aspect of the food world.
Rather, and over the course of several sumptuous years, he devoured food creatively, in almost every way possible. Among his various approaches, Todd has gotten hands-on experience and applied his CIA know-how as a professional restaurant chef and also as a private chef.
But Todd also knows how to capture food and food culture, and in that capacity, he’s acted as an editor at Everyday Food and produced shows for The Food Network. He’s engaged and indulged his visual love of food as an accomplished food photographer, photographing for cookbooks like The Japanese Grill by Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat, and The Mom 100 by Cookstr.com founder Katie Workman.
And for seven years, Todd coalesced his savvy as executive food editor of Saveur, running everything food, from recipe selection to test kitchen oversight. During his tenure at the magazine, Todd propped, styled, and photographed the majority of Saveur’s covers, providing additional photography for features both in the studio and on location.
Todd is no stranger on TV. He recently won Cutthroat Kitchen and often serves as a judge on Beating Bobby Flay. However, he may be most famous as Garlic Guy, the viral video that every foodie in the world wishes he/she had done.
Submitted by Sheri Wetherell on March 5, 2015
Rebecca Coleman will co-host the What To Do After You Hit Publish? social media marketing session at IFBC 2015 in Seattle.
Rebecca Coleman is passionate about helping small businesses become better marketers. An early adopter of Social Media, she has become increasingly interested in using it as a marketing tool, and writes about the subject on her blog. She has written 3 books, which help newbies create a marketing plan using social networking as a tool. She instructs courses in Social Media Marketing and blogging at BCIT, and travels internationally giving workshops.
Rebecca is on a continual search for the elusive work-life balance between her business and her eleven-year-old son, Michael. She loves: writing, her MacBook, Sushi, Coffee, a good Shiraz, and pretty shoes (not necessarily in that order!). She is an avid foodie with a healthy wanderlust, and shares her adventures on her personal blog: Cooking by Laptop, is a regular contributor to Vancity Buzz, and has just launched Brunchcouver.com, a blog dedicated to the pursuit of Brunch in Vancouver.
Submitted by Sheri Wetherell on February 26, 2015
Lorraine Goldberg will co-host the What To Do After You Hit Publish? social media marketing session at IFBC 2015 in Seattle.
Lorraine Goldberg is the Social Media Manager for Allrecipes.com where she drives social strategy and implementation for the world's largest digital food brand. She specializes in content, audience development, and engagement for Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter. Lorraine's career and excitement for social media started in 2008 when she joined Twitter to connect with fellow food bloggers and social influencers leading her to manage social media/PR for a top-rated food truck in Seattle. Her passion for building brand loyalty, customer engagement, social campaigns, marketing, and food led her to Allrecipes in 2012. In her free time she's immersed in Seattle's food and drink scene exploring restaurants, celebrating craft cocktails, and being a total food nerd. Plus making the best salted brown butter recipe krispie treats.
Submitted by Sheri Wetherell on January 7, 2015
When you first look at the site, it may not look much different. But soon, when you take a look at it on your mobile device it will look simply smashing! We've been working hard lately to optimize both the Foodista and IFBC websites for mobile, and the user-experience is going to be so much better. We're holding off on publishing any new IFBC content or announcements until we officially launch the new sites, and we appreciate your patience! Stay tuned, it's coming soon...
Who Should Attend
Bloggers, Food Writers & Cookbook Authors
Publishers, Agents & Editors
Food Brand / Restaurant Marketers
Public Relations Professionals