About the speaker
Food of the Gods: Discovering Magic Through Concocting the Extraordinary"
“When you sense something magic, you must give chase! If you are an artist, a creator, this is your charge.”*
Enna will share her philosophy about creativity, and she will share her bean-to-bar handcrafted chocolate too.
Enna is a photographer and craft chocolate-maker. She resides in Exeter, NH and makes a living as a photographer. Recently her career took a right turn when she fell deeply in love with bean-to-bar chocolate making.
Enna grew up in an extraordinarily remote town in eastern Oregon, studied anthropology and photography, and has worked as an archaeologist, English teacher, barista, international student advisor, and wedding photographer, among other things.
You can reach her on:
Instagram at @ennachocolate
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Our job as creatives is not to make magic. Our job is to make, and make, and make, and make....and finally recognize when we've made something special or magic. — Enna Grazier
We can't always control the bad stuff. But we can continue to give ourselves new and wondrous experiences. — Enna Grazier
Our work as creators is not to make magic. It is to make, and make, and make, and make and make. And recognize when we've made something special—something magic. — Enna Grazier
Chocolate triggers memories and daydreams. It allows us to connect with our animal senses. This taste experience can be felt in our bones...at the cellular level. — Enna Grazier
Magic has to do with the boundary of our senses, our awareness of what’s possible and impossible, what’s real. I believe magic happens when this boundary shifts, and when we’re aware of this expansion — Enna Grazier