An evening of speakers from the Vancouver food community. Presented by foodtalks.ca
In this talk Hunter Moyes discusses his new initiative called the Tiffin Project, which aims to address the issues of Food Security, Local vs Import and Waste in Vancouver by implementing a system of reusable takeout containers.
June 5th 2012, Vancouver BC Canada
Richard Wolak twitter.com/vanfoodster
Speaker shown in this video:
Hunter J. Moyes – Chef at the Waldorf Hotel & Founder of The Tiffin Project
Also in Food Talks Volume #1, Videos coming soon:
Chef Trevor Bird — Top Chef Canada Competitor & Chef/Owner Fable Kitchen
Roberta LaQuaglia — Operations Manager for Vancouver Farmers Markets
Richard Wolak moderated the panel of speakers for the interactive Q & A.
Helen Stortini the Executive Director of Growing Chefs spoke about her fine organization and the charity we are supporting with our Food Talk series of events.
Video filmed and edited by Geoff Peters with Birds in the House Productions
Closing music by Laundryman
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Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-HX9V, manual White Balance, EV-1.0.
Audio: Sennheiser shotgun mic plugged into Zoom H1, audio was mastered in Audacity using High Pass Filter, SC4 Compressor, W1 Limiter.
Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).
Audio was synced with video using Pluraleyes from Singular Software.
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