is a cook, food stylist and writer. After years working on high profile TV shows and producing big budget adverts she finally listened to the little chef on her shoulder who told her to sharpen her knives, enroll on the prestigious diploma at Leiths School of Food and Wine and never look back.

She relished the challenge and was soon developing recipes in the test kitchens of leading UK magazine titles woman&home, olive and Good Food. She later worked as Food and Drink Editor at Essentials magazine followed by Cookery Editor at the UK's best selling women's magazine, Good Housekeeping.

She has hosted cookery demonstrations, appeared on national TV and Radio and interviewed some of the best loved cooks of our time from Yottam Ottolenghi and Heston Blumenthal, to Jamie Oliver and Mary Berry. 

Suzannah also works as a home economist running film shoots and live events for some of the UK's favourite food brands, including Patak's and Meridian and has worked with Carte d'Or to create enticing recipe advertorials. She currently lives in California working as a food stylist and writer, has a weekly recipe column in the Daily Mail and reviews as an influencer for boutique, hand-picked hotel collection Mr & Mrs Smith.

She is a proud co-owner of East London restaurant Bombetta. Described as 'ever so slightly the bomb' by food critic Grace Dent, the restaurant was recently listed in Time Out's 10 best new London restaurants of 2016.