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Voetballen diner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | June 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

“Alle ballen verzamelen!” Ter ere van het WK serveren we een avond alleen maar balvormig eten: bitterballen, kerstomaatjes, ronde mini mozzarella’s, risotto-parmezaan ballen, falafel, kruidige lamsgehaktballen, chocoladetruffels en lychees.  

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Dumpsterdive Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | June 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year (+-1.3 billion tonnes) gets lost or wasted. The impact of this is not just financial. Environmentally, food waste leads to wasteful use of chemicals such as fertilizers and pesticides; more fuel used for transportation; and more rotting food, creating more […]

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World π Day Dinner 2014

Posted by Nichon Glerum | March 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

3.14: the 14th of March is World Pie Day, and what else could we do but bake 14 pies and play live trivia with all the guests on the table? We served a balsamic vinegar leek pie, carrot zucchini spiral pie, pear gorgonzola pie (all three made with homemade puff pastry!), there was also a […]

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Halloween Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | March 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Blood soup with floating eyeballs, a black sea monster tentacle pasta and what else but a scary pumpkin pie for dessert?

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Dia de los Muertos Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | March 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Speed(d)ate Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | March 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Valentines day 2014: With the help of the Foodpairing movement we composed an exciting multiple course dinner consisting of unexpected combinations made with aphrodisiac ingredients. Every combination was placed between two people sitting opposite each other on our long table. Only allowed to use one hand, people had to work together to serve themselves. After each […]

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Potato eaters Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Together with Selina and Martijn; creative minds behind the ‘Knol d’Amour’ theatre concept, we created a 5 course dinner as a celebration of potatoes and their culinary history. We served a spanish tortilla, potato soup, potato garden, potato peel crisps paired with a shot of potato vodka, whole potatoes in a hot pot and a sweet […]

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Orange Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The night before Queensday we cooked up a dinner consisting of only natural orange ingredients: Aperol spritz as appetizer followed by a fresh orange zest + bell pepper soup served with pumpkin bread. Then a carrot/peach/bell pepper/mandarin/roasted sweet potato salad plus a giant pan of prawn/saffron paella. Last a spiced quince tart for dessert. And for whoever […]

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Sit-on-the-floor-eat-with-your-hands Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Various Ethiopian dishes were served and enjoyed on an abundance of colorful cloths and cushions on our living room floor. We served spiced lentil and lamb stews, grilled chicken, various vegetables and dips on homemade injera. And for the dessert we took a little trip West over the African continent for some homemade baklava. (credit for […]

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World π day Dinner 2013

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

3.14: the 14th of March is World Pie Day, and what else could we do but bake 14 pies and play live trivia with all the guests on the table? We played for slices of  pear-gorgonzola pie, vanilla lavender sponge cake, caramelized onion pie, quicke lorraine and π-zza, amongst many others.   Pre-π-ration About to […]

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Easter Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

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December Unwrapping Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The month of December is full of gifts and gifting, so we decided to design a whole dinner around the act of unwrapping. We composed a 13 course ‘trip around the world in wrapped foods’. It started off with a soup that was actually wrapped in paper that you had to pierce with a straw […]

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Rainbow Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

When the colorful boats of Gay Pride were sailing right  through the canal on which we live, bathing our humble home in a soundtrack of different basses all muffled together, we served a dinner just as bright as the people: 5 different soups  served together, forming a rainbow on your plate. Followed by steamed rainbow […]

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Cheezy Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Not for the weak-hearted/cholesterol blooded we organized a triple cheese dinner with 3 types of cheese fondue (classic, gorgonzola and mexican), hanging from the ceiling in antique cauldrons. We served loads of fresh fruits and veggies, plus cubes of homemade bread to dip. For dessert we served a non bake lemon lime cheesecake and for whoever […]

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Aphrodisiac Dinner

Posted by Nichon Glerum | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Valentines dinner 2013: a chocolate fountain in the middle of the table surrounded by foods that are said to lift the mood (and then some…). Inspired by Isabel Allende’s Aphrodite we served oysters, asparagus, artichokes, almonds, red chili’s, strawberry’s, figs, and homemade tagliatelle served with fresh truffle.  

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Nichon Glerum: Nomadic photographer & Graphic Designer (+baker extraordinaire)

 

Her professional career has emerged from her numerous exotic travels and artistic adventures. Her wealth of experience includes taking part in a large scale art project for the Philadelphia art Alliance, working as a photographer in both Verona and Florence, helping to reconstruct the famous Djenne Mosque out of mud in Mali, and building/documenting the famous Icehotel in Lapland. Nichon has worked in and traveled to cities all over the world such as Melbourne, Berlin, Toronto, London, Delhi… The list goes on.

 

As a photographer and graphic designer she searches for new opportunities within and beyond existing visual paradigms. In her work one will find the bold playfulness rooted in Pop Art, some of that cheeky imaginativeness that is so typical for conceptual Dutch design, and a deep love for the craft of her profession. Her aesthetic is playful, thoughtful, humorous and edgy.  All of this is evidenced, for instance, in her psychedelic portraits of the ‘Miss Rockaway Armada’ that capture the magic of their performance, or in her more dreamy depiction of the famous Burning Man festival, sensing the soul of the event in Nevada through a pinhole lens.

 

Growing up in her mother’s interior architecture studio in the Netherlands, and with bachelor’s degrees in both Fashion Design and Photography, and a master’s from the Design Academy Eindhoven, she seamlessly blends different design disciplines with her fascination for 2D outcomes.

 

Nichon is gifted with a quick intellect and is able to be creative when working under pressure.  She is intuitive, eloquent and warm. She has a hands-on mentality, can improvise ‘on the spot’, and prides herself on achieving maximum results from minimum means.

 

Contact

nichon@nichon.nl | 0031623497044