I like taking photos and have often considered buying a proper camera but you know what?….. I’m never going to carry a giant camera around! I want to whip a “camera” out of my pocket and capture the moment before it’s gone. This also means I can turn around pictures super quick. I can walk around an event, sit in a cafe and within a few hours the pictures are on your socials. Some photos are edited using native iPhone editing or Snapseed app but most of these are just about composition and timing.
I was keen to learn a bit more about make up and test my skills using procreate on my iPad. Opportunity arose unexpectedly on holiday when i get to sticky beak through my friends make up bags. Read the blog on my Medium page.
After completing the Mobile content creation course through the Australian Film Television and Radio School I used a weekend away with some girlfriends to test out my new skills. Watch the video below. Filmed on an iPhone XR with selfie stick and external microphone. Edited in iMovie.
I worked on this new walking trail and blog post for the Fremantle Story team in time for the Fremantle heritage festival 2017. Inspired by last years bus tour this is an awesome way to hunt for fantastic vintage finds all year around.
I lived in hospital for 5 weeks. I wasn’t confined to bed but I mostly hung out in my room, I was allowed to walk to the downstairs café each day and could go on outings if someone took me in a wheelchair. After a week I realised I was in for the long haul so I came up with a plan to embrace my new life. Follow the links below for more details. Fashion and style for hospital life Interior decorating for the hospital room Masterchef with a cheese knife and a hospital menu Supplies from the outside In the end, I was extremely lucky and in an amazing turn of events I was home earlier than I expected. It was actually hard to leave…… so here’s to you Ward 4. Dear Ward 4 Well this is it …..the last night. I feel weird packing my room up. I think I’m going to miss the quiet nights and the city lights. I don’t really know how to say thank you. You’ve seen me desperately …
Mission was to learn new hair and make up techniques and try not to walk around in pyjamas for the rest of my life. I watched many a video, created a Pinterest board, spent an hour or two every day getting ready and taking selfies of my progress. Now I’ve been released into the outside world people are impressed how good I look. That’s what a month of intensive study does!
So it took two years for me to realise what mums really want for mother’s day…….to be left alone. Luckily the Fremantle Story team let me write a blog post about this
Too many interesting conversation with people in my neighbourhood inspired me to start a podcast with Tania. It launched as part of the Fremantle Heritage Festival in May. Download now on iTunes and SoundCloud. Follow us on Facebook for updates and to see photos connected to each story.
Bindoon Boots are a ugg boot manufacturer based in Fremantle. They wanted help with their social media. So I loaded up my car with boots and spend a few days taking pics and making a Facebook plan for them. It’s an amazing factory with only a handful of people creating them. Got a bit obsessed with the industrial sew machines.
Yep it’s true writing a blog post is all about the stationary you use and the clothes you wear. Wrote this one a couple of days before the long weekend and got incredible stats on it. Was super happy. Thanks to all the Fremantle businesses that were so willing to talk to me! ( and Fremantle story for actually publishing it. Read the post on the Fremantle Story blog.