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  • Tasmania Photo Journal

    Putting our new tent to good use, we set off to camp around Tasmania for a week. I was so taken by the ever-changing landscape, the colours and textures of the land.…

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    A typeface currently called Pieta*

    One of the most spectacular moments of my recent trip to Venice was singing in the Ospedale della Pietà – a convent, orphanage and music school famously home to Antonio Vivaldi of…

  • Improving the Spotify Podcast Experience

    Why doesn’t anyone I know listen to podcasts on Spotify? Starting with this question about Spotify podcast use, my user interviews and research led me in unexpected directions on a journey to…

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    Dreaming of Home

    During lockdown, I created this little website about home as a quick and fun coding exercise. In honour of the wonderful straw bale house Dad built for us out in the Yarra…

  • Project 365 poster Lotus and Parsley

    Project 365 – Home Collections

    Inspired by the one place I would love to be, but can’t, due to lockdown… Each poster is composed of black and white photos I’ve taken of flowers, seeds and seed pods…

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    Embracing noise

    I’ve been drawn in to noisy images lately… there’s something about the atmospheric quality the noise provides. The painterly feel and effect. These are two quick studies with noise with photos I…

  • Mexico Photo Journal

    On a complete whim, I jumped at the opportunity to fly half way around the world and join Dennis in Mexico for a week. It was such a feast for the eyes,…

  • Budapest Photo Journal

    Beautiful Budapest. Incredible street art and architecture, one very fantastic bakery and one of the best restaurants I’ve been too. Blackberry soup! Cluj Napoca > Budapest Budapest

  • Romania Photo Journal

    Romania. Such a beautiful country.The star of the show was the incredible scenery of Transylvania. Driving around was a real experience; between horses and carts; people pushing wheelbarrows of wood and many…

  • Europe Choir Tour Photo Journal

    Eight concerts in four countries over 10 days. A fantastic whirlwind trip of singing, exploring and many a good laugh! Who knew touring could be so much fun!? I particularly loved returning…

  • Botanical Printing Workshop

    A beautiful day spent exploring eco printing techniques with my mum and aunty. Carla Rose from Elemental Leaf ran a wonderful workshop where we learnt to use Eucalyptus leaves to dye natural…

  • Bronwen Oliver at TarraWarra

    Incredible exhibition at TarraWarra of Bronwen Oliver’s beautiful, intricate sculptures. The patterns created, shadows cast. Such stunning, inspirational work.

    Japan by Train

    Photos taken, while speeding by, madly snapping and vainly hoping the photos I take might magically be in focus and capture my subject… catching instead the reflecting windows as the day dims…

  • Et In Libertalia Ego, Vol. II – Mathieu Briand

    My rusty (or never-learnt) Latin suggests the title translates roughly to: And in the land of Liberty I (am). A room – and exhibition – I nearly stumbled past in my awe…

  • Still – Ali Griffin

    I was deeply touched by Ali’s exhibition. Not only was it visually stunning, but the thoughtfulness and beauty behind the concepts was incredibly moving…