Here at KNIFE, as much as we are all about selling some of the worlds best kitchenware, we have always been about food and the talents making that food first.
My main goal when opening KNIFE 13 years ago, was always about bettering the hospitality industry and sharing in the love of all things cooking and food.
Max is a great friend to the shop. He's done some photography for us in the past and has always had a love for supporting small, local businesses. When he approached us with this project we were more than happy for the opportunity to work with him and are grateful for the passion and expertise that he put into this project.
You can watch this incredible video here.
Dennis Tay is one of those chefs that all young cooks should strive to become. His passion, dedication and work ethic are second to none.
When we were approached about this project, Dennis Tay was one of the first chefs that came to mind.
His food is incredible and his attention to detail is exactly what we love in all things KNIFE related. This was solidified during the first lockdown when I was drooling over his #filipinoquarantino instagram series. KNIFE and it's ideals has always been more about food and supporting the cities best chefs and cooks than it has ever been about knives.
People like Dennis is the reason we do what we do.
Chef: Dennis Tay @dennisjtay
Restaurant: DaiLo @dailoto
Client / knives: KNIFE @knifetoronto
Production: Not Work Collective
Directors: Max Rosenstein @maximilianwilliam
Taylor Lamothe @tw.lamothe
Director of Photography: Bryan Wilkat @bryanwilkat
Producer: Lauren Wheeler @laurennwheelerr