Bec is a super talented food blogger from Melbourne who possibly loves brunch as much as me! From her beautifully shot recipes and great cafe reviews to her super inspiring travel posts, this is a lady on the up and up.
Hello! Who are you and what do you do?
Hi hi hi!! I am Bec and I’m a recipe developer, content creator and food blogger. My little corner of the web is Dancing Through Sunday which is all about delicious recipes to inspire you to cook at home and share those delicious moments with people you love. Oh.. there’s also a lot of coffee rambles and talk about brunch, hence the name.
What work are you most proud of to date?
I think having a recipe published in Gram Magazine was a pretty cool moment. To touch something tangible, in print, that I had created was a fantastic moment. I may or may not have done a little dance in the street. Being interviewed for SBS Food was also a great moment, my mum was really proud!
What was the turning point in your career?
The turning point in my career was mid 2014. I can’t pin point it but something clicked inside. I put more time and effort into my food styling, photography and a lot more pride in what my content looked like. There was a definite shift in quality and with that, came the opportunities. I spend a lot of time on my blog and it’s a lot of hard work but I’m just lucky to be doing something tasty that I absolutely love.
Who would you love to collaborate with one day?
Oh my.. the list is endless. I would love to do a collaboration with The Assembly Co. Their goods are simply beautiful and I think Nia is just the sweetest (Hi!). If there was a TAH x DTS collaboration, where else would it belong but Kinfolk magazine, right?! And to top the collaboration dream off, Jamie Oliver would be there and we could cook everyone a huge dinner.
What’s your number one tip for someone wanting to start their own business/blog?
It must be something you love. 100%. The time, not to mention heart and soul that goes into being an entrepreneur is endless so ensure it’s a passion that inspires you, feeds you, fuels you and something you can spend 12 hours on a day.. for very little pay (at the start).. 7 days a week! It’s a hard slog but if you love it, you’ll hardly notice.
Where can we find you online?
Thanks for your time Bec, and check out other Creative Fridays interviews here!