Celebrities - Chef & Dietician
Callum was born in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Following his success as runner-up on the 2010 series of MasterChef, Callum worked with renowned chef George Calombaris at his various Melbourne restaurants, and then commenced travelling around Australia teaching university students valuable cooking skills and how to eat nutritiously on a budget. Shortly after completing his travels, Callum, with Themis, established Sprout. In 2012 Callum published his first cookbook titled "The Starter Kitchen", and his second cookbook “I’d Eat That!” was released in February 2014. In 2012, Callum won the inaugural series of MasterChef All-Stars. He is also an ambassador for PIRSA, Market Fresh SA, Thankyou Food ™, Wesley’s Food for Families, and the Cancer Council. Callum is also a regular presenter on Seven’s locally produced food and lifestyle program, SA Life.
Themis was born in Adelaide, South Australia.
He is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Sports Dietitian with a degree in Psychology, Certificate IV in Personal Training, Graduate Certificate in Human Nutrition and a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics.
Themis has worked as a personal trainer and fitness coach for many individuals and sporting clubs and as a dietitian at the Gold Coast United A-League soccer club.
Themis has worked as a dietitian in a range of private practices and in various corporate settings and regularly provides private and public nutrition presentations for businesses and associations and sporting organisations and expert advice to the media.
In 2011, Themis along with Callum, established Sprout and Themis also established his own dietary consulting practice where he specialises in weight management, irritable bowel syndrome, metabolic disorders and corporate health. Themis is a result-focused dietitian with a love for good food and exercise and is respected as an innovative and driven dietitian.