• Abraham Wornovitzky is both a Communications and Culinary Arts expert. Abe’s career has been focused in two different yet creative areas. In Communications, where strategic planning, consumer knowledge, innovative market research and advertising play a major role. He worked in Marketing Consulting with a focus in the kid and teen markets, contributing to projects and developing ideas for such clients as Mattel, Domino’s Pizza and MTV.
  • After moving to Canada, he pursued his passion for Culinary Arts by enrolling in one of the best culinary programs in the country. He obtained his Red Seal certification after working in many different kitchens. A desire to share his passion led Abe to teach Culinary Arts at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT). As this role evolved, he started to do marketing for the part-time culinary, pastry and beverage courses for NAIT, the school he graduated from, and spearheaded four successful years of high-end Culinary and Pastry Boot Camps.
  • Since moving to Toronto, Abe has taken Food Styling courses with Dolores Custer, one of the pioneers in the field, and has partnered with Ann Gagno to open EyeCandyTO, an image consultancy shop for the food industry, providing original images of food and/or beverages for commercial applicarions.
  • Abe has also returned to his teaching roots, and has taught in Toronto for over two and a half years both corporate and leissure cooking classes.
  • As a leisure photographer, he has exhibited work in Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
  • Abraham participated in season two of Chopped Canada on Food Network (see episode here).
  • Abe is always exploring new ways of mixing Communications and Visual Arts with the Culinary Arts.
  • For food photography & food styling services, you can reach Abe at:
  • EyeCandyTO
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    T. 647.981.6982
    @abeworno | @EyeCandyTO

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