A little, (ok, a long) catch up!

It's been a while since I have blogged, it's easy to get caught up in the social media frenzy that is Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat. However, its always good to have a little old blog ticking away and catching up on all the fun filled antics and projects that swing our way.

The end of 2016 was the start of how we are looking to progress the business, lots of new content videos, mainly in a time-lapse capacity so that in a little over 2 minutes our viewers can see what 9 hours worth of work looks like.

Our first full video project was sculpting The Joker & Harley Quinn out of white chocolate, visually the video looked sensational, as it focuses in on one fixed project, without the view chopping and changing too much.

Take a look at our video below:

Fast forward two months and we received a very interesting email from LadBible, they were looking to source new content and were wanting to capture footage of a cake being made, not just any cake of course, they wanted a cake which was the depiction of the new Millennial era and showcased our social media generation in one tasty treat. How were they going to do this you say? MEMES. Yes, they wanted a Meme cake. The hottest trending meme at the time was 'Salt Bae', and what better to have Salt Bae sprinkle other than past memes.

I'm not going to lie this was one of the most unusual cake I have ever been asked to make, (and I profusely apologies to the generations that know not of this Salty Sprinkling Chef Man), however, I actually had a real blast making him and thought he turned out pretty good.

Cue the Salt Bae movie making footage: