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New / Old Inspirations

Recently, I’ve found myself returning to the inspiration that really opened my eyes during my development years as adesigner. These development years established how I view design now, what I regard as good design and what I find aesthetically pleasing.

Note: I define development years loosely as late high school when I tailored my education by selecting graphic and design based subjects, through to leaving university.

After sitting down and really thinking about how I absorbed so much of this type of inspiration, and looking over a lot of my recent work, I realised that I have come full circle to what I originally aimed to create as a student – though with a little more tact and knowledge this time round.  😉

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Neo-Impressionists @ The NGV

Just sussed out the Neo-Impressionists exhibition at the NGV. I hadn’t been to a gallery since the Dali exhibition a couple of years ago. I highly recommend it!

Over the Seas

I was lucky enough to spend the last three and half weeks in Vietnam and Japan.

Vietnam was spent on an adventure challenge with a local foundation called Windermere. Windermere help thousands of disadvantaged children and families who struggle with issues such as physical, emotional and sexual abuse, neglect, family violence, lack of housing, disability, and more.

Before embarking on the trip, each participant had to raise $6500.00. This money went to Windermere to assist families in the South East Suburbs of Melbourne.

It was easily the best international trip I have done. Extremely humbling, and very inspiring…

Floral Photography

Flowers have an expression of countenance as much as men or animals. Some seem to smile, some have a sad expression, some are pensive and diffident, others again are plain, honest and upright.

– Henry Ward Beecher