Twice the Creative Fun

Twice the Creative Fun So there’s this thing about Sydney. It basically shuts down mid-December for the Christmas/Summer Holidays. Which means that all the regular monthly events are squished into the last couple weeks of November and first few weeks of December. If I was so inclined to attend, there is some sort of event or Christmas […]

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Oldie But Goodie

Oldie But Goodie St. Paul’s Hospital Christmas Painting Randomly was weeding through some old IDEA program files to find some reference…and stumbled upon my St. Paul’s Hospital Christmas Lights painting. Some backstory… So every year, The IDEA program does a Vancouver Reflections Calendar. The students all paint a scene from Vancouver, and then 12 are […]

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Doubling up on Frost*

Doubling up on Frost* Rather appropriate headline for first day of December. Despite my southern hemisphere location, the North American “white christmas” decor is still rather prevalent. Last week I had the amazing opportunity to attend a Frost* Collective event on two consecutive days. Wednesday, November 26th, I attended Vince Frost’s book signing event at […]

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Art of Cairns

Art of Cairns My apologies for not posting in awhile. Life has been rather chaotic what with parents visiting, general traveling, and finishing farming for my visa. But I’m back and settled in Sydney, and have SO.MANY.PHOTOS.TO.POST. It’s a tad overwhelming. Let’s start with something easy. Like the “art” of Cairns. Now, I didn’t “explore” […]

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Art of Mullumbimby

Art of Mullumbimby So while farming, I stayed for two months in an area called The Pocket (about an hour from Byron Bay). The “biggest”, most sprawling metropolis near The Pocket was called Mullumbimby. Another “city” nearby was called Brunswick Heads. I took some photos of the bit of artwork I was able to find […]

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Caravans of the Auz East Coast

Caravans of the Auz East Coast So I’m finally back in Sydney after 3 months away to do my farming 🙂 All good things are in Sydney. During my travels along the Australian East Coast, I encountered countless backpackers, travellers and amusing locals…in addition to the caravans that they lived and travelled around in. I’m […]

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The Talent Calendar 2015

The Talent Calendar 2015 So every year, Aquent, a creative staffing agency that I’m affiliated with (I’m signed up with their associate agency, Vitamin T, a talent agency for digital creatives like myself) puts out a calendar of talent. They posted for submissions a month or so ago, and I decided to enter to light a […]

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Art of Byron Bay

Art of Byron Bay So, much like the previous post, here is a look at the local street art/graffiti that I encountered while walking around in Byron Bay. I LOVED Byron Bay, and do have silly little thoughts of even moving there. I’ve been there twice for a couple days now, and just love the […]

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Art of Brisbane

Art of Brisbane So I recently spent a weekend in Brisbane with friends. Here’s some good art/design that I saw along the way: Best graffiti on my morning run… This was obviously some sort of government funded mural. Quite long and I could see elements of aboriginal art as well as a tribute to the […]

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Rainbow Nursery

Rainbow Nursery So if you weren’t aware, I’m currently involved in my first WWOOFing experience. WWOOF stands for Willing Workers On Organic Farms. I’m completing 88 days of the required “specified work” that Australia asks you to do in order to earn your 2nd year Working Holiday Visa. Therefore…I work for free and live for […]

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Something Old, Something New

Something Old, Something New First, the old… A friend of mine made me remember how much artwork I have “lying around” in my old photo files. So I’ve made an effort the last few days to edit and post photos of all my hand painted pieces in my Illustration section. Some new pages you’ll find […]

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Vivid Sydney

Vivid Sydney So at the LAST minute (you know me), I spent a lovely 4ish hours on June 9th walking around the Vivid Sydney festival. I went alone, because I felt like lately I’d been constantly surrounded by people and wanted some time alone to think. I think I saw probably 90% of the installations, […]

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