Kate Reid, founder of Lune Croissanterie and creator of Melbourne's most delicious croissants, is the first to admit she has an obsessive personality. It’s a force that led her to chase her Formula One dream to the other side of the world, then go on to switch careers into patisserie and viennoiserie, where she’s risen to the top of her craft. Is obsession always a force for good? Is it an essential ingredient in creative pursuits? Kate sits down with Sam Sifton of The New York Times to talk about her first obsession, why she left Formula One, the reasons she enjoys making pastries for people and if there’s such a thing as too much perfection. For more, visit http://mfwf.com.au.