Spotlight: Pierrick Boyer of Le Petit Gateau

Greetings BusiChic,

 

Quelle catastrophe! I’m not showing you a picture of the Little Black Dress today because I shall be revealing it next week when my LMFF exhibition launches at Melbourne Central!

 

So it’s with a whole lot of ooh la la that instead I present to you a feature on the supercalifragilistic man-in-white, Pierrick Boyer, head chef at the RACV Club Melbourne and Le Petit Gateau. Pierrick will be supporting the exhibition by creating some delectable treats that I look forward to sharing with you either at the exhibition (tickets to the launch available here) or on Instagram! I’m so excited because this now provides me an opportunity to showcase how multi-talented he is!

 

With a few hats on (pardon the pun!), Pierrick has also built himself an impressive following on social media, I mean just go check out Pierrick’s Instagram! He obviously finds his work a lot of fun, as demonstrated by the “Miniron – a Mini Cooper covered in Macarons” that he  with in 2011? Awesome!

 

Pierrick also lends his talents to support charities. I’m inspired by folks who pursue their passions then go on to use their skills to help support worthy causes. So without further ado, read ahead and tell me if you’re not inspired by this man!
Award winning chef for French patisserie and desserts, Pierrick Boyer of Le Petit Gateau.

Award winning chef for French patisserie and desserts, Pierrick Boyer of Le Petit Gateau.

Also can you tell BusiChic readers more about why you’re going to Japan for Iron Chef?

I am really excited to come back to Tokyo, I’ve been there twice for work, and later on in March, I will do an event with the Iron Chef at the Embassador Hotel, initially was to do the show, but it will be a event to highlights Japanese & Australia friendship.  The 3 Japanese Iron Chefs will be present too, so it will be a FUN night.

Your plans for 2013?
A few very interesting events in Hong Kong again this year. In August, I will be doing a charity dinner in Jakarta with the Indonesian President, few Masterclasses & food show already schedule and Melbourne Food and Wine Festival in Early March, so a busy month there.  As well talking expansion of the business, more cooking class & demonstration.  Always good to be busy.

And share a favourite inspirational quote or best career advice you’ve received?
I would say, listen, observe, work hard, don’t try, but do your best, because most time, trying is not good enough! Just the reality of life I’d say.

How’s that for inspiring?! Go follow Pierrick Boyer on the internets:

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Join us at the Little Black Dress Project Exhibition launch at Melbourne Central next Friday by purchasing your ticket through the Pozible Campaign (tickets available as a reward from $100).

 

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