Richard Fox is an award winning writer, cook book author and chef presenter. In addition he is co-creator of exciting, foodie TV for both mainstream channels and on-line, with ex-BBC man Mark Hampshire. Together, they turn “brands into broadcasters”.
Writing credits include two published books, The BBC Good Food Magazine, The Daily Mail, Channel 4 on-line, Easy Jet in-flight magazine, and many more international and UK publications too numerous to list. In addition to his own production work, TV and radio credits include resident chef on BBC1’s Look North, BBC2 Food Poker, BBC1’s Saturday Cooks, BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme and You and Yours, resident chef on BBC radio York and many more.
Richard’s expertise in the world of food and drink, as well as his talents as his talents as an exuberant and entertaining compere, demonstration chef and public speaker make him a favourite personality for consumer and trade events around the world – from Taste of London, The Restaurant Show and the Farm Show and Deli Show to the Sydney Food and Drink Festival. His abilities as a relaxed and engaging live interviewer at events have resulted in interview credits including Jamie Oliver, Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall, Michelle Roux Jr., Heston Bluhmenthal, to name but a few, as well as personalities from across the non-foodie spectrum.
Richard is renowned internationally for his expertise in the world of beer, and he hosts beer and food masterclasses, as well as talk and demonstrations on the subject at events world-wide. Richard’s other great passion is on the subject of food waste. His talks and cooking demonstrations on the theme are enlightening, inspiring and entertaining. He tours the UK extensively performing as an ambassador for The Love Food Hate Waste campaign. He has also worked in Australia as an ambassador for Oz Harvest, promoting their cause in redistribution of potentially waste food to charitable organisations. His Cook Book on the subject, entitled ‘How to be an Everyday Kitchen Magician’ was published by Green Books in 2012.