“I’m born and raised in Miami with my roots stretching to the Bahamas. To me, Bahamian food isn’t well represented enough here, maybe it’s because of the time and care that it takes to make.

The greatest chefs are always the ones found at home. They are the grandmothers or mothers who take all the time they need to prepare a meal. There aren’t any food costs, no labor costs, – none of that matters. All that matters are the results and the satisfaction in everyone’s face. That’s the feeling I want to bring into my own restaurant one day.”