Andrea Pannes has worked as a set stylist for one of America ’s most beloved and best-known chefs, Jacques Pépin.  Referencing 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 sets were transformed into a reinterpretation of Jacques home in Connecticut.

 

Her first styled set design appeared in the 26 episode series titled " More Fast Food My Way," which aired in 2008.  Andrea’s personality and impeccable style won over Jacques and she was hired to style two more of his television series, "Essential Pépin" which aired in 2011 and is his final series, “Heart & Soul," that aired in 2015.  In addition to working with renowned chef Jacques Pépin, Andrea styled a video cooking series for "The Great Courses," and more recently worked with "The Today Show" wine expert Leslie Sbrocco, of Thirsty Girl multimedia company.