“Gastronomy as the discipline is the most complex discipline in the world because you’re using all of the senses. The level of concentration required is so complex that people don’t even really capture it.”
“I don’t come here as someone who draws, or as an amazing artist. These drawings are very interesting about the creative process. I use these drawings to visualize the future and sort of to keep track of all I’ve done, as well.” This includes becoming the first chef to work directly with an industrial designer (Luki Huber) to create new tools, tableware and utensils that would enable them to develop new techniques and concepts.
The successful people we spoke with — in business, entertainment, sports and the arts — all had similar responses when faced with obstacles: they subjected themselves to fairly merciless self-examination that prompted reinvention of their goals and the methods by which they endeavored to achieve them.
Secret Ingredient for Success, by Camille Sweeney