The Cookbook is a project of The Community Cookbook Company.
Photographer / Project Manager
Heather Goldsworthy is a professional photographer and project manager who has built her career telling the stories behind our food culture. With over 14 years experience, Heather has worked with numerous national and international clients such as Wine & Spirits Magazine, Lululemon Athletica, Coletta & Associates, and Farm Boy Fine Arts.
Her projects include the ‘Seasonings, a year of local flavour in words and recipes’ cookbook which benefited the Nelson Public Library, the ‘Farmer Portrait Series’ – a campaign commissioned by the Kootenay Country Store Co-operative to connect consumers and farmers, and ‘Crossing the Line’ which took viewers into the kitchen of some of Vancouver’s top restaurants.
Heather formerly lent her time and talents to Growing Chefs! an organization whose mission is to teach children, families, and the community about healthy food and healthy food systems.
She is committed to working with like-minded agencies and organizations creating positive change in our communities and local food systems.
Read more about Heather on her website…
Rheanna Kish is a graduate of the Stratford Chef School, a nutritional consultant, recipe developer and food writer whose goal is to share her passion with anyone willing to listen.
With over 15 years in the food industry, Rheanna has worked at restaurants across the country. She honed her culinary and editorial skills as the Senior Food Specialist for award-winning national magazine, Canadian Living and has worked with Mountain Life Magazine, Our Homes Magazine, Summer Fresh Salads Inc, Minute Maid, Kellogg’s and many more.
Locally she’s involved in countless efforts and organizations to help improve, revive and educate others about local food systems and the importance of creating strong communities around healthy food.
Scott Gloster is both a graduate of the University of Victoria, and Humber College’s Advertising & Graphic Design program. Scott has over 15 years experience both in big city agency chaos, and running his own show working in print, web and video.
Scott has been involved with brands from the Toronto Blue Jays, and Labatt, to Starbucks, RBC, along with numerous real estate projects. Locally Scott is the Communications Director for the Thornbury Yacht Club, and acting Secretary for the board of a local condominium.
Visit scottsdesign.com to see samples of Scott’s work.