Crossmodal Cooking: An Interview with Charles Michel
Charles Michel is a classically trained French-Colombian Cook and scientist who has worked in Michelin starred restaurants in France and Italy. In addition to this experience, Michel worked as a private chef in his native Colombia where he advocated for the use indigenous ingredients and experimented with creating immersive dining experiences with a group of artists and musicians. He is currently the Chef-in-Residence at the Crossmodal Research Laboratory at Oxford University where he works with the Experimental Psychologist Charles Spence, exploring the relationship between plating, visual aesthetics, and multisensory flavor perception.
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