Michael Wolf is the publisher of The Spoon and creator of the Smart Kitchen Summit. Wolf has written for such publications as Forbes, GigaOm and the New York Times and has published a book on the connected home. He also has too many kitchen gadgets. Want to partner with The Spoon or Smart Kitchen Summit? Reach out: email@example.com
I’m the Managing Editor of The Spoon, running its day-to-day editorial operations and determining its overall editorial direction. While I cover the transformation of the entire meal journey, I focus on food robots, artificial intelligence, and the evolution of grocery shopping. Prior to blogging about food tech, I was Creative Director for the influential site, Gigaom, and Co-Editor of NewTeeVee, which chronicled the rise of streaming video. In addition to writing about food tech, I also dabble in screenwriting, with two original screenplays optioned and a digital animated pilot produced by Nickelodeon.
Before joining the Spoon Catherine had worked as a food writer, recipe tester, baker, barista, farmer, and prep cook. She has a Masters in Food Anthropology from the University of London, SOAS where she wrote her dissertation on public perceptions of cell-based meat. Now she covers alternative proteins, food waste, and CBD for The Spoon and writes the weekly Future Food newsletter. There’s only one food she hates: olives.
Jenn is a writer and editor for The Spoon who covers restaurant tech and food delivery, developments in agriculture and indoor farming, and startup accelerators and incubators. On the side, she moonlights as a ghostwriter for tech industry executives and spends a lot of time on the road exploring food developments in more remote parts of the country. Previously, she was managing editor of Gigaom’s market research department and was once a competitive pinball player. Jenn splits her time between NYC and Nashville, TN.