London-based Imogen Kwok’s compelling practice sits at the intersection of art, design and cuisine, utilising food as a visceral language to encourage understanding through consumption. A glance at her mesmerising Instagram feed reveals, among other delights, glistening gem-like candied fruits elegantly plated for a LOEWE dinner; keep scrolling to discover rows of beautifully pleated dumplings ready to be steamed, and, more recently, a meticulously prepared beef tartare encircled by egg yolks still cradled in half their fragile shells. Kwok oscillates between creating unique in-person experiences, working closely with prominent fashion brands, art galleries and design studios, alongside producing visual content through designing culinary events, creative consulting and food styling. For Palm Heights, Kwok created a very special Seaside Apero inspired by the natural materials and ingredients of the island. Among the dishes on offer, local red snapper was baked in a salt crust, which Kwok artfully embedded with coral, shells and stones that she collected throughout her stay.