Passion for Healthy Food – Success Story of Phoebe Conway
The Success Story of Phoebe Conway starts as a university student ambitious about healthy food and colorful pictures.
She started to share them on Instagram and this is how she got known and gained many followers. If somebody really loves what he is doing and follows the passion working from the heart, success will follow as we can read here.
She attracted not only Food lovers, soon she got the attention of companies as well who loved her recipes and pictures. This is a beautiful example of how to get successful by sharing the passion with the world.
This is what Phoebe writes about herself:“I have dreams to open a cafe filled with wholesome homegrown recipes and plans to write and photograph a cookbook but for now as I study and learn, I hope to be able to inspire some of you to become healthier, and more creative in the kitchen!”
Read the Story below.
Congratulation Phoebe Conway.
Awesome Success Story Of Phoebe Conway
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Two years ago, Adelaide university student Phoebe Conway started posting photos of her food on Instagram. She now has more than 100,000 followers, numerous requests for product endorsements and a recipe book on the way.
Phoebe Conway’s Quinoa Bubbles. Photo: Phoebe Conway
Conway’s brand, Pheeb’s Foods, has even caught the eye of activewear designer and healthy lifestyle advocate Lorna Jane Clarkson, whose team published an interview with Conway last year on its Move.Nourish.Believe website. She has also contributed recipes to the Lorna Jane e-book Sweet Like Chocolate.
Drake Supermarkets has used Conway’s recipes to develop a range of juice packs, and this month in Adelaide she was asked to speak and design a recipe for a national product launch.
As an unassuming 23-year-old student, Conway has achieved an enormous amount of recognition and success in a short time for her vibrant, self-styled images of the raw and vegan dishes and the recipes she creates.
“My Instagram followers have grown so quickly because my photos are a little bit different,” she says.
“After I left school I did an advanced diploma of photography at TAFE, so I take all my photos with an SLR camera and edit them before loading to Instagram.”
On completing her diploma, she wanted to become a fashion photographer and began photographing weddings.
“At that time I started an Instagram account and started posting pictures of food, which led to an interest in changing my diet.
“I have always loved food and learnt to cook by cooking every day. When you are making healthy and raw food, you are using ingredients that aren’t commonly used and you have to experiment.
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