Amanda Farnese Heath is the creative behind Mad March Hare.

After starting out five years ago she finally found home in the big open spaces Scotland has to offer, and there her creative synergy flowed. Amanda's expertise in event design and ideas, incredible talents in rustic food,  and her flair for styling and photography lead to Wild Dining In Scotland.

She also uses her remarkable ability to style, capture and share her talented and creative experiences across social media.

Inspired by new locations and driven by an overwhelming energy to share these unique experiences, her journey continues



Food has always been a mainstay in Amanda's life being brought up in an Italian household, where everything happened around the kitchen table. A culmination of years in a busy kitchen lead to the Mad March Hare Pop Up's where she now organises magical foodie events reminiscent of those days. She focuses on small specialist food and drink launches and her long table dinners, which are mainly outdoors in secret, beautiful, unusual and remote locations,  where you share big plates of rustic, delicious food.

Each Wild Dinner not only nourishes you with the best ingredients she can find, there is always a something extra, be it a forage along the seashore, screening an outdoor movie, or a classical ensemble to make each event magical and memorable!



Collaborating with all sorts of clients in the food, lifestyle, leisure & Interior sector Amanda works on creating an aspirational story where her stylistic approach focuses on deconstructing a dish or product and allowing the ingredients and contents to shine through.

She is a visual story teller!

See A Few Latest Projects Click Here


 Using natural light Amanda works to create a very laid back and relaxing portraits, producing images that reflect each subject she photographs.

FACES Click Here




Finally yoga which flowed so perfectly with everything else Amanda does, she decided to train and become a teacher. 

After graduating with Classical Yoga Scotland under June Mitchell, she now teaches regular classes at The Barefoot Sanctuary

in North Berwick, Scotland, and offers healthy superfood lunches.

For the latest classes Click Here