Working with the Fremantle Story team I got the chance to plan, write, and photograph a walking trail around the city centre about Fremantle’s Street art collection. Even got an article published in their Autumn magazine! Try out the Explore Fremantle street art trail next time you’re in town.
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.
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