Working on the series The Craftsmen’s Dinner has given me the opportunity to learn more about the life of two-Michelin-star chef Michel Roux Jr. Together with the crew, Michel and I spent time at The Balvenie distillery in Scotland exploring the craft behind The Balvenie whisky. Michel wanted to create a new dinner menu to celebrate the whisky and, over the course of filming, both Michel and I became more and more inspired by the whisky, its ingredients and the craftsmen who make it. A modern four-episode web series, which is scheduled for release in late 2018.


Craftsmen's Dinner

Full Credits

Michel Roux

Whisky Technologist:
Kelsey McKechnie

John Evans

George Singer

Executive Producer:
James Rogan, Soleta Rogan, Jonathan Taylor

Charlie Laing, Marc Rovira

Matthias Lebeer based on an original idea by James Rogan