In the cooking video I'm trying to describe, a man (chef) is standing in front of the camera. He's standing at the table (i.e. there's a table before him). There's a cooker behind him. The man is going to turn (or turn away?) from the camera (i.e. from his viewers, from us) and step to (move to or come up to) the cooker behind him.
I've put the link to this video, the start time is 3:40. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVJoHEdfis8&t=223s . It may help understand better than my clunky explanation.
My questions are:
0) Is it a motion or movement or move I'm trying to describe?
1) Which one should I pick in the situation above: "turn from" or "turn away from" or "turn his back to" or anything else?
2) Is he going to "step to" or "move to" the cooker or anything different?