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Life & Thyme prioritizes community building among a global neighborhood. Using technology, social media and our digital identity, as well as with live events like Over Coffee, an industry-led panel series, we encourage both online and offline, in-person communication.
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Founder / Editor in Chief
Antonio primarily focuses on Life & Thyme’s overall creative and editorial trajectory while also managing our filmmaking endeavors, such as our Emmy-winning show, The Migrant Kitchen. When he’s not dreaming up the next culinary adventure, you can find him seeking out the best kouign-amanns around town with a side of espresso.
Partnerships & Business Affairs
Hector brings legal dealmaking experience to Life & Thyme, advising on TV, film and new media projects. He enjoys learning and nurturing a sense of community with others, with an optimistic outlook on the changing media landscape. After leaving the rigors of courtroom litigation years ago, Hector focuses on providing business insight to Life & Thyme’s content production and brand partnerships. He believes that success is never owned—only rented—and rent is due every day.
Stef is Senior Editor at Life & Thyme, producer on the Emmy-winning & James Beard Award nominated series, The Migrant Kitchen, and published author, as well as a recipe developer and a Certified Cicerone. Stef’s free time is dedicated entirely to the pursuit of ice cream, pasta and fine whiskey.
Katrina is a food world enthusiast—photographer, videographer, writer, and mass consumer. Equally content sitting by a forest campfire as navigating whizzy metropolis streets, she’s purposely eaten bee larva and sipped beer out of a paint can. Foreign grocery store and sweet corn lover. Bio-writing hater.
Gia is the resident associate editor and vegan at Life & Thyme. She works in the music industry booking and producing shows, while also engaging the right side of her brain to write. And in her spare (and not so spare) time she can be found at her neighborhood cafe drinking lots and lots of coffee.