Chef Elliott is honored to share the technical skills and culinary/event planning wisdom of his friend and colleague, Executive Chef Johnnie R. Winston, III.
From 7 PM – 8 PM EST on Chef Elliott’s “Entertaining Solutions”, SRN radio show by calling 347-989-8385 or at http://www.chefelliottentsol.info
The depth of Johnnie’s creative talents and professional skill set are the key ingredients in the success of his company,Exclusive Designs, thus far. Armed with superb interpersonal skills, sales & marketing savvy, visual design, interior decorating skills and of course his mastery of culinary arts, Executive Chef Johnnie is poised for even greater success. His credo: “A life without goals is like a race without a finish.” He is earnest in his drive to carve out a significant place for Exclusive Designs in the very competitive event planning industry. Johnnie’s goal for Exclusive Designs is evidenced in his carefully thorough mission statement. He sees success as being measured by the company’s ability to create meaningful employment for others, proven partnerships with other small businesses as well as play an active role in guiding and educating young people through philanthropic endeavors and to ultimately achieve personal financial freedom.
Johnnie also has lent his expertise in the gospel industry to such high profile events as the “Stellar Gospel Music Awards,” the Atlanta-based “Trumpet Awards,” “The Gospel Heritage Awards,” and the NFL sanctioned gospel event The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration. Other related show credits include: BET Hip Hop Awards, Soul Train, Dove Awards, BET Honors, Real Housewives of Atlanta, Sisterhood, and Married to Medicine and various others. He was the set designer for the pre-party for R & B Diva’s Season 2.
Exclusive Designs reaches a milestone in its career with its first celebrity wedding. The wedding for Grammy Award winning singer and songwriter, Kandi Burruss, and Television Executive Producer, Todd Tucker, in which is known as the wedding of the century. The elements incorporated into this wedding was based on a “Coming to America,” theme in which signified the couple initial meeting place in Africa.