Brian David Robinson, CEC


Creator/Executive Producer, Actor

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Brian David Robinson is the creator of Kid Kulinaire, a program designed specifically to combat the global childhood obesity epidemic and the Family Youth Advisor for www.WorldWideDojo.com. Born in Poughkeepsie, New York, he currently resides in Apopka, Florida.

At the young age of 14, Brian began his cooking career at Coppola’s, an Italian restaurant in Hyde Park, New York. While in high school, he attended the B.O.C.E.S. culinary program. Brian graduated in 1990 from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. Over the years, he has developed his talents with various well-known companies in the US: Walt Disney World, Hyatt, Brio Millenia & Bonvie (BDI), AVI (Kenyon College) and COSI Children’s Museum, to name a few. Brian also co-owns a restaurant/business service training and consulting group.

In addition to the culinary arts, Brian has spent his life dedicated to martial arts. He has studied and become an internationally-ranked master in Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu, Tai Chi Chuan, Chi Kung, Chinese Kenpo, Reiki, and trained in Capoeira. Brian is also a certified master level member of the Black Dragon Fighting Society. His disciplined nature and esteemed reputation has allowed him to be inducted into the International Martial Arts Hall of Fame twice; once in 2002 for his “Dedication to the Arts” and then again in 2003 as the “International Martial Artist of the Year.” Brian’s passion for nutrition, fitness, martial arts and teaching children has lead him to combine his passions into the “Kid Kulinaire” program in an effort to give parents and guardians the information and methodology needed to teach their children healthy cooking and eating habits in an atmosphere that is enjoyable for both.

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