︎ +64 22 309 3073
Entrepreneur, freelance food stylist, recipe writer, cookbook author and women’s health advocate.
Growing up in New Zealand, Stacey was heavily influenced by the crisp, sunny, lush environment of Aotearoa and her family’s deep, unwavering love for all things food.
After gaining a first class diploma in
at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), she left NZ and set off to explore the culinary world, honing her skills in kitchens along the way.
In 2012, Stacey co-founded
, an innovative and inspirational baking brand with girl power at its core.
She opened a bakery in East London and co-created two best selling cookbooks;
Meringue Girls Cookbook
Meringue Girls Everything Sweet
, both of which were photographed by the legendary
nd published by
, Penguin Random House.
Stacey has also been working as a freelance food and props stylist and recipe writer for the last 7 years for top publications around the world including:
Italian Vogue, Tim Walker, Kate Moss for Rimmel, Wallpaper mag, Guardian Cooks, Grazia, Great British Food Magazine, Veggie Magazine, Green & Blacks, BBC Children in Need, Buzzfeed
(to name a few).
Alongside building a business from the ground up, food styling, and writing, Stacey’s passion for women’s health and self empowerment blossomed.
In 2017 she completed a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training Course at
, Rishikesh, India. In 2018-2019 she completed her training in level 1 & 2 of the
International School of Temple Arts
in Melbourne, Australia and Palmerston North, New Zealand. As well as completing her training in
in Auckland, New Zealand in 2019. She has aided in facilitating women's circles and numerous workshops on feminine embodiment around the world. She’s assisted Australias leading sexoliogist
and has featured on multiple podcasts around women’s sexuality and empowerment including Conversations with Pussy (
The Laura Ellen Podcast
(Sexual Wellness for Modern Women). Stacey also co-founded Wild Women Yoga Lunch with
- an event uniting her loves of life - food, yoga and female empowerment.
In 2018, Stacey sold her shares in Meringue Girls to pursue other ventures. Over the last year She has been free-lancing, working remotely and travelling extensively through Europe, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, South-East Asia, Australia, New Zealand & Bali aspiring to feed her creativity and source inspiration.
After her extensive work in the competitive, influential London food scene, her personal development trainings and women’s work, Stacey holds a wide creative skill set and is comfortable working in a variety of areas.
If you would like to work with Stacey, please do not hesitate to
get in touch.
firstname.lastname@example.org — +64 22 309 3073 —