Previous clients have included:

JP Morgan, Investment Bank, London; The Four Seasons Hotel, Canary Wharf, London; Workshop for Journalists, European Commission, Brussels; Morgan Stanley, Investment Bank, London; Covington & Burling, Solicitors, London; UKTV, London; the Science Gallery, Dublin; the Dana Centre, Science Museum, London; Fete de la Science, La Sorbonne, Paris; 100% Design Fair, Earls Court, London; Royal College of Arts, London; Secret Garden Party Festival, Cambridgeshire; Northwood College, London; Lovebox Festival, London; Green Man Festival, Wales; Sainsbury’s trading board, London; Nottingham Alumni Wine Society, Nottingham;  Nottingham Undergraduate Wine Society, Nottingham; Castle Donington Farmers Market, Leicester; IFST/BSF/iNET event, Nottingham.


Paula Campos, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission:

“Rachel gave a talk on Flavour Perception at our workshop for journalists in Brussels. Rachel is a passionate speaker, and managed to clearly communicate scientific research to a diverse audience including those from a non-science background in an easy to understand and engaging way”

Andrew, Investment Banker:

“Rachel is a passionate and engaging speaker, able to inspire and invigorate even a room full of hardened financial professionals! Her events are fun and informative, and her obvious enthusiasm together with a healthy dash of great food and wine combine to make a fantastic evening.”

Heston Blumenthal, the Fat Duck Restaurant:

“I was a bit curious to see how an academic like Rachel would take our rather unique approach and some of the ideas that we bring to the table…I needn’t have.  Rachel was very much part of the development team and helped make very abstract ideas a reality.”

Four Seasons London at Canary Wharf:

“Rachel is a wealth of information. She has the detailed experience of a foodie, the analytical capabilities of a scientist and the sensitivity of a wine aficionado. Her ability to pull all of this together and present to an audience in a fun and engaging manner is amazing! We would highly recommend her workshops for wine and food matching.”

Charlotte Patterson, Covington & Burling, London Law Firm:

“Thanks so much Rachel for a really entertaining and fascinating session. Such a treat. Your infectious good humour meant everyone really relaxed and enjoyed it, and it was a very refreshing change from most “corporate speakers” “

Annabel Porter, UKTV:

“Rachel ran a food and wine matching session for 20 or so dedicated foodies in our office and we all absolutely loved it. She was entertaining but we all took a great deal away from the evening and above all it was great fun. The feedback from all who attended was fantastic and quite a few people want to do a further follow up session soon. I can’t recommend her sessions highly enough.”

Deborah Ray Burns, 100% design event in London:

“Rachel Edwards Stuart is brilliant at bringing the fantastic world of food science and technology to the masses. Through her excitable enthusiasm and well crafted demonstration, Rachel can keep a large crowd entertained, educated and surprised, each step of the way”

Shaun O’Boyle, Science Gallery, Dublin:

“As part of the Curated Dinner series, Rachel worked with Science Gallery Café to create a unique and exciting dining experience, and she connected the audience with the science of flavour in a way that was engaging, entertaining and surprising. The sold-out event that generated fantastic feedback from guests including presenter of RTE’s Science Squad and Newstalk’s Futureproof, Jonathan McCrea.”

Jen Wong, Guerilla Science:

“Having worked with her on a number of events that delve into the science behind taste perception and flavour, I can say that Rachel is a brilliant communicator – someone with amazing drive and remarkable flair, and a joy to work with”

 Dr Herve This, INRA, Paris:

“Rachel is wonderful”