Stuart is an extremely talented pastry chef, having worked in a number of renowned establishments such as the Hyde Park Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, London and The Savoy; with some well-known professional chefs including Anton Endelmann, Rick Stein and currently, Nathan Outlaw.
He now works as part of Penwith College’s professional cookery lecturing team sharing his skills with the next generation of chefs and hospitality professionals.
Jo Lello-Dunn, Programme Team Leader for Vocational and Commercial Skills at Penwith College, said: “Stuart’s success at the Awards Evening is an absolutely phenomenal achievement. Our students are so lucky to be taught by a group of chefs with such amazing talent and a vast array of experience. I am extremely grateful to the team for everything they do for the students and the College and thank them for their continued high level of commitment and dedication”.
As well as working for Nathan Outlaw, Stuart has taught (and continues to teach) on the Level 3 Patisserie and Confectionary course offered at Penwith College.
Stuart is a very worthy winner. He is someone with a terrific past history of working in some renowned establishments and a very talented pastry chef who has given so much back to the industry
PETER GRIFFITHS MBE, BRITISH CULINARY FEDERATION PRESIDENT