Soil, Statice and Seaside Daisy
Nature / Photography / STUDIO e*

Soil, Statice and Seaside Daisy

My nearest and dearest will certainly attest to the fact that I have a penchant for non-chronological story-telling.  Typically, a story or anecdote starts in one direction, but by the time I’m “done”, I’ve covered a gazillion other (seemingly unrelated) topics.  Not only that, I’m known for delivering information in a completely non-chronological sequence.  So … Continue reading

This Goes With That (II)
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This Goes With That (II)

Remember the addiction I developed to mixing and matching images?  It hasn’t waned.  Here are a few more mash-ups featuring the delightful people and places I’ve visited in the past year. Koskela – Sydney  /  &Beyond Sandibe – Botswana  /  Piriquita – Lisbon  /  The Grounds – Sydney  /  National Gallery Victoria – Melbourne  /  Strawberry … Continue reading

Fabulous at 50?
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Fabulous at 50?

Flyknit Sneakers and Fathers and Daughters Island Style and Urban Attitude Mighty Pens and Pilgrimage Banksias and Peonies East End and Go West Entrepreneurs and Up and Coming Talent (lots of talent) Gloss Creative and Facet Studio Established Artists and Young Talent Rugging Up and Runcible Spoons Cups of Change, Coffee Cupping and Cold Press Cappuccinos Lisbon and Paris Tel Aviv and Treasure Trove Horses and Donkeys Coffee Culture One, Two and Three . . . Shooting and Upcycling Moustaches and Mash-Ups Captains and Carte Blanche Royal Retreat and City Hideaway Design Central and Cape of … Continue reading

Cape of Good Design
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Cape of Good Design

I may be living 7000 miles away in Sydney, but don’t think I’m not keeping my beady eye on the Cape Town design scene!  Aside from returning to my “hometown” every year, I try stay abreast of at least some of the design-related developments taking place in the city.  As you can imagine, it ain’t … Continue reading