Hello and thank you for visiting my website! While you are here, I would like to share my story with you.
Growing up in India, I was always encouraged to pursue the arts as well as a scientific education. For many years, I learnt Indian classical music and despite the rigors, I found that the creativity involved brought a lot of joy. The thrill of performing at concerts, practicing for hours with friends, and innovating as we went along – all made for a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
Like many of my generation, I chose to become a software engineer and eventually came to the United States to obtain a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Houston. More than anything, engineering taught me how to solve problems and the importance of pursuing excellence. I worked for several years as a software engineer but felt I missed the creativity that music brought. At the same time, I enjoyed working with people and solving problems. That is when I hit upon the idea of becoming a cake artist – a profession that, in my opinion combines art and science like no other.
I am a self-taught cake artist and spent nearly two years learning the various aspects of baking and decorating cakes. Being a foodie I have never been afraid to experiment with flavor combinations or trying out new recipes which I learnt from watching my mom and grandma back home as a child. Finally, in 2014, I decided to launch my venture 350° F. Running a business is hard work but a lot of fun too! From coming up with memorable designs to eventually bringing those designs to life – the entire process makes for a satisfying experience. Above all, it is a delight to be able to bring a smile to the families I serve and I am truly grateful for the opportunity to contribute to their celebration and memories!
Wedding cake won the 4th place among 9 winners and the Gingerbread cookie jewelry and chest won the 2nd place at the
National Capital Area Cake Show 2017
"Infinity of being" cookie puzzle won the 2nd place while "Great Barrier Reef" wedding cake bagged the 1st place and the "Best in Division" award at the
National Capital Area Cake Show 2016
Radio show with CharLena Pearson-Fulcher
Part 1 (01/08/2016)
Part 2 (01/22/2016)