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From gourmet to greasy to grass-fed, eatTV.com’s mission is to celebrate food
eatTV.com is a video-based online food magazine covering the stories behind great food. With its online videos and articles, eatTV.com offers the irreverence bringing you easily digestible glimpses of the people, places, food and drinks that make up our edible landscape. We’ve explored the food world and brought you the choicest cuts on video. As accompaniment, we serve a helping of thoughtful articles and a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how it all comes together. At eatTV, we believe that behind everything good to eat is an even better story.
From gourmet to greasy to grass-fed, our mission is to celebrate food. With our videos and articles, we offer the irreverence and succinctness of the web coupled with the depth of quality writing. It’s our goal not just to entertain you, but also to leave you more educated about the social and political context surrounding our edible landscape.
Our site has three sections: “Watch,” “Read,” and “Create.” “Watch” is the meat of our content, our videos about people, places, food, and drinks. “Read” offers thoughtful articles, newsy tidbits from our Bites blog, and updates from the Eat TV community. Lastly, there’s “Create,” which indulges our obsession not just with food, but with video, photography, and the techniques behind cooking. Our fun tutorials and behind-the-scenes looks at everything from smoking your own fish to food styling will inspire you to roll up your sleeves and make your own creations.
eatTV.com is produced by see|food media, a comprehensive food media company with a downtown culinary studio and world-class video production and photography services.
MEET OUR TEAM
Jamie Tiampo, Founder
The founder and president of see|food media, Jamie Tiampo is a leading expert in food media and creator of eatTV.com. Formerly a successful technology executive at IBM, Jamie’s love of all things digital, combined with his aesthetic point of view and culinary skill makes him a unique resource for food media productions. Chair of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)’s food photographers and stylists section, Jamie has photographed top selling cookbooks such as Sara Moulton’s Everyday Dinners (Simon & Schuster), and Soaked, Slathered & Seasoned (John Wiley & Sons). He has used put his technology chops to use producing videos for Reynolds Wrap and the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. He also teaches courses on food video production, food photography & styling, and on-demand publishing.
Before his tenure in the wide world of food, Jamie was a cofounder of Cyanea Systems Corp, a software firm which was acquired by IBM. After traveling the world and training their global sales force, he decided to follow his nose and pursue his lifelong passion for food. A classically trained chef, Jamie holds a Grand Diplome in Classic Culinary Arts from the French Culinary Institute. He also holds a Master’s degree in Food Studies from New York University, and a Restaurant Management Diploma from the Institute for Culinary Education. He is a partner in dell’anima and L’artusi restaurants in New York. In his spare time, Jamie scours the globe in search of exotic salt and torments his dog, Chewbarka.
Jimmy McCoy, Shooter/Editor
Originally from the North Texas region, Jimmy McCoy has been involved with video production since the age of 11. As see|foodmedia’s jack-of-all-trades, Jimmy can often be found reigning supreme over the post-production suite. While majoring in Radio, TV & Film at the University of North Texas, Jimmy spent the majority of his time at his college television station as the station’s Programming Director. After college, he was an Assistant Editor for Crew Cuts, a commercial post production facility. Prior to joining see|foodmedia, Jimmy assisted on various films and documentaries including “Rabbit Hole”, a feature film starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart. In his spare time Jimmy pretends he is British.
Sandra Vu, Operations Manager
California born and raised, Sandra brought her appetite east to get her Master’s degree in Food Studies from New York University. A former human resource professional for Gap Inc.‘s corporate headquarters, she brings her project management and communications skills to run the logistics of see|food media’s studio, production and office operations. Sandra keeps see|food media a well-oiled machine, which often includes plying the staff with scrumptious home-made chocolate chip cookies.
Join us as we follow our appetites!