James Beard nominated and IACP winning writer and photographer Nicholas Gill explores the boundaries and possibilities of cuisine in the Americas, and sometimes other places too. He covers the relationship of food with biodiversity and sustainability extensively, as seen in his series on Food in the Amazon Rainforest.
He was born in Columbus, Ohio, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York and Lima, Peru. He co-wrote the book Central with Peruvian chef Virgilio Martinez, published by Phaidon in 2016. You can order here. Two other books with Phaidon are on the way in 2021.
In early 2016, he co-founded a website dedicated to the food and places in the Americas, New Worlder.
The New York Times, Phaidon Press, Fool, The Wall Street Journal, Afar, Cook Inc, Roads & Kingdoms, New York Magazine, Frommer’s, Wallpaper Guides, Rosewood Hotels, Saveur, Men’s Journal.