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Events Wild March 2, 2019 Little Green Panda

Product shots, styling and content creation for a fast-expanding Melbourne based company that is dedicated to providing natural and sustainable plant-based straws. Little Green Panda was founded 2018 by Manon Beauchamp-Tardieu, a passionate entrepreneur, eco-warrior and all-round powerhouse. Unlike some countries in Europe, Australia is yet to enforce a ban on plastic straws. Little Green …

Events Food March 2, 2019 Social Food Project

“Building a fair food community through events, experiences and collaborations.” A few weeks ago I shot the fifth edition of the Farmer to Table dinner, hosted by the Social Food Project at the CERES Community Environment Park in Brunswick. The night included a three course meal curated by Melbourne-based chef, Ben McMenamin, and was centred …

Events March 2, 2019 Law Squared

“Australia’s most innovative law firm” – Huffington Post Celebrating the third birthday of Law Squared, an innovative law firm dedicated to providing legal support to entrepreneurs, start-ups and high growth businesses across Australia. This family-friendly event was held on a sunny January afternoon in the Royal Botanical Gardens, Melbourne.

Food Lifestyle March 1, 2019 Lentil As Anything

“putting people over profit” Lentil As Anything is a unique social enterprise that provides food without boarders; without borders of race or gender, finance or social status. With four pay-as-you-feel restaurants in Victoria and New South Wales, a food rescue grocery store and vegan catering team, Lentil is committed to feeding and connecting the community, …

Wild January 28, 2019 Suburban flora

A short series taken on the green streets of Canterbury, Victoria. Well known for its souring hedges and white picket fences, Canterbury is a garden-lovers heaven. Thriving with eucalyptus, gum trees and local natives.

Food Lifestyle December 14, 2018 Cranston Pickles

Fiona Cranston, known to many as Fee, is an old friend of mine. A good friend, one of those who will always show up – and rarely without a bottle of wine, a wheel of camembert or an amusing story to tell. Consistently unpredictable, Fee is someone you can expect to do the unexpected. But …

Lifestyle Travel December 14, 2018 Going off grid

Peace and quiet is hard to come by these days. It is tucked away in the corners of the day, waiting patiently for car engines to stop and phones to be switched off. Having just moved home after a whirlwind 10 months in Asia, I have a whole new appreciation for moments like this, and …

Lifestyle Wild December 13, 2018 Stained Glass with Jasmine Wilson

Back in November of this year I spent a morning with Jasmine Wilson, a retired nurse and stained glass artist living on the outskirts of Oxford. Her work is vast and diverse; ranging from tiny Christmas decorations to enormous, complex three-dimensional wall hangings. Like many artists, Jasmines house is full of character. Carpeted in organised …