Coming Soon, From HRN: A Look Behind the Scenes of Culinary Film & TV

The Culinary Call Sheet

02-09-2022 • 2 mins

Whether you want to be in front of the camera, behind the camera, or just entertained- each episode of The Culinary Call Sheet lifts the apron to reveal the adventurous and often unexpected secrets to how the sausage (aka a food show) gets made. In conversation with a variety of epicurean icons, culinary production veterans, April Jones and Darin Bresnitz, give an insider's view into personal stories from the field and provide an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look into some of the most popular food programming and current trends happening in today's evolving culinary media landscape.

About Your Hosts:

April Jones is an Emmy Award-winning Executive Producer and Director who understands the emotional impact of good storytelling. With decades of experience in both production and psychology, she has a knack for curating atmospheres that enable and encourage folks to share their most vulnerable stories by excavating significance from even the smallest of details. As an intentional creator across a broad array of industries, she strives to elevate narratives to their highest point of resonance through entertainment while also advocating for crucial shifts in dialogue. She’s also a sucker for fried chicken, stray animals, and a good comeback.

Since 2001, Darin Bresnitz has worked in culinary media, focusing on the people in the industry, their stories and their incredible food. In 2014, he created the concept for Refinery29's 29Rooms, helping to usher in the modern era of immersive events. Recently, as the Director of Original Series at Tastemade, he created and produced award-winning food & travel shows. Since 2009, he has Co-hosted and Co-produced Heritage Radio Network's Snacky Tunes. He lives in Altadena and is married to his best friend, Anna, and together they are raising their beautiful daughter, Josephine, handsome son, Oliver, and their loyal dog, Meatball.

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