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[Hobart in a Heartbeat]

HOBART

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When people ask me to name my favourite movies, my favourite songs, my favourite foods, my favourite designer, I often find it impossible. The more I see and the more I experience... more
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[Cabramatta Pork]

SYDNEY

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As a fully fledged, unwavering foodie I am ashamed and sorry to say that I have never ventured out to the Asian capital of Cabramatta. Until now.... more
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[Arab Qr. Breakfast]

SINGAPORE

Was it just me or did everyone else miss the memo on eating donuts and pancakes for breakfast? It seems in Singapore's Arab Quarter this is a common occurrence and not frowned... more
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[Meg Fairbairn]

SYDNEY

It was almost a year ago when I met this wonderful woman for the first time. Right here in my apartment whilst she was shooting with Georges. The above photo being the result of... more
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[My Naked Truth]

SYDNEY

This is not a short post. In fact it’s pretty bloody long. Try condensing a six year story of mental illness into a couple of paragraphs, it’s quite impossible. So grab a cuppa and a bikkie and I invite you to read, and hopefully learn, about a very poignant time in my life. From the age 18 to 23 I battled with anorexia. An illness that is slowly coming out of the woodwork and being talked about more and more. Now I know talking about it is not going to cure it but it will at least help lift the taboo. So this is my contribution to the wider conversation. The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

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[Bun Moc Pho]

HO CHI MIN CITY

Have you ever walked into a restaurant and wondered if you would come out alive? I have and let me tell you, it’s a funny kinda feeling. However, as you can see I was unharmed... more
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[Jocks and Cheerleaders]

SYDNEY

“I can’t waaaaait for the weekend to begin.” Does anyone remember that song? I feel like it’s the perfect theme tune to my shoot for Jockey’s newest campaign aptly named... more
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[Charlie Dumpling]

MELBOURNE

It seemed fitting to go to Charlie Dumpling with my friend Charlie. Almost as if it was meant to be. As if the stars had aligned. As if fate brought us to this magnificent eatery. Or it could just be that Georges recommended it to us. However it was we ended up there I’m bloody pleased we did. Tucked away next to the window we got ready to discover what had been described to us as one of Melbourne’s gems.

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