Author: Louise Brace | May 16th, 2013 |  Comments
Darryl North (left) and colleague, Vitaly Smorodinov
Darryl North is a master craftsman who has spent the majority of his career making exquisite creations, first in the kitchen… and then within his clients’ homes.
But although he has always worked with his hands, his first job – straight from school as a coal miner – didn’t need such a meticulous touch.
After ten years, the coal mine shut in 1992 and Darryl was given the opportunity to choose a career to retrain into. He chose to retrain as a chef, and went from working down a Doncaster coal mine to working as a chef at some of London’s top dining establishments, such as the Hilton and the Bluebird.
So what then took him from being a top London chef to hanging €2,000 rolls of wallpaper in Marbella? Find out in our interview with Darryl North from Perfection Painters… Continue Reading