In 2008 Andrea Pannes was given the opportunity to style the television set for one of America’s best-known chefs, Jacques Pépin. Using her years of experience designing residential interiors, Andrea’s transition from residential interior designer to television set stylist came with ease. Under Andrea’s direction, the set was transformed into a reinterpretation of Jacques home in Connecticut. Her set first appeared in episode 26 of the series titled " More Fast Food My Way," which aired in 2008. Pleased with Andrea’s work, she was invited back to style the set for his second show titled "Essential Pépin" which aired in 2011 and is now working on the set for his final series, “Heart & Soul," that will start production in October of 2014. In addition to working with renowned chef Jacques Pépin, Andrea has styled the sets for the video series, "The Great Courses," and more recently "The Today Show" set with host Leslie Sbrocco, of Thirsty Girl multi media company.   
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