Ayla Marika is an Australian visual artist, illustrator and graphic designer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) from Curtin University of Technology and an Advanced Diploma of Public Relations from Canberra Institute of Technology. For the past decade, she has worked in administration, marketing and advertising for the education sector. Her interests include permaculture, implementing self-sufficiency strategies, cooking, brewing, plant medicine and food activism.
"How Food is Made...should be compulsory in every home. And school. And public library." John Lethlean Food critic and columnist for Weekend Australian Magazine and Gourmet Traveller Magazine. "A wondrous journey of discovery start to finish...incredible pictures laid out in a really accessible way. It's engaging and interesting...it's very, very entertaining" Katherine FeeneyRadio Presenter with ABC Radio Brisbane "Forget about what the ads tell you about a processed food - this factual information will absolutely empower you to seriously reconsider what you eat." Amanda McInerneyFood writer and author of Lamb's Ears & Honey Featured on ABC Radio National 'Blueprint' with Jonathan Green Featured on 2GB Radio Sydney with Deborah Knight Featured on ABC Radio Canberra with Georgia Stynes Featured on ABC Radio Perth with Christine Layton Featured on 2CC Radio Canberra with Leon Delaney and Ian Meikle Also featured in CityNews Canberra, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and more.