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Food & Scapes

People & Practices

Religion & Reflections

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Food & Farming

Food Culture

Food Culture

Food Culture can be defined as the attitudes, beliefs and practices that surround the production and consumption of food. 

Food Culture can be defined as the attitudes, beliefs and practices that surround the production and consumption of food. 

Living off the Land

Waylon analyses and documents food economics, harvesting, production, preparation, packaging, transport, consumption, and disposal.

Spaces and lifestyle created around produce

understanding existing centralized industrial agriculture, medicine and health to vernacular traditional methods, to emerging new age practices, he interweaves them with landscape architecture and lifestyle design.

Mapping food forests

For Waylon, medium and material are organically defined by the direction and requirement of an assignment – he concentrates on local and regionally available produce, highlighting their integral qualities and histories, besides practicing ethical resource management.

Growing, harvesting and culinary experimentation

The farm-to-table philosophy embraces a sustainable approach to agriculture and dining. At its heart, the concept is simple: there is value in eating locally.