Pablo Monoz is the perfect example of how the culinary arts field can take you to many different levels. Pablo is currently involved in culinary production, which he has immersed himself in food styling and assistant culinary producer for some of the network's popular shows. Pablo also has found time in his busy schedule to also freelance for NBC, Rock Shrimp Productions, and the Bravo network. He has also had the opportunity to work on such shows as Simply Delicioso, Throwdown, and Grill It. Pablo has also produced and developed 18 commercials for companies such as Dunkin Donuts, Quiznos, Boar's Head, LongHorn Steakhouse, and Domino's Pizza.
"I think that the culinary arts in general offers up a great deal of opportunities if you move horizontally in the field. Culinary Production is a relatively new term which now doesn't mean production of food. It is now the term used in actual studio productions of television shows and magazine articles and ads.”Prior to his current successes, Pablo and classmate, Justin Ogden ’01, opened SportChef, Inc. Located in Weston, Florida, SportChef was a combination of personal chefs and registered dietitians who teamed up to meet the growing nutritional needs of today’s professional athletes. SportChef, Inc. was not Pablo’s first experience in the culinary world. Since graduating from JWU, Munoz has a history of working with some of the best chefs and restaurants in the business.
“My education at JWU was wonderful,” says Munoz, “I think the Culinary Nutrition program will help create a new relationship between the dietitian and the professional chef."
Always looking to expand his culinary creativity, Munoz left the restaurant scene to explore new avenues as a personal chef. Munoz has since worked for Zac Thomas and Ronnie Brown of the Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat coach Pat Riley, and Jerry Bruckheimer, executive producer of various movies including Pearl Harbor and Pirates of the Caribbean.