So Frenchy So Chic in the Park at Werribee Mansion
A one day celebration of new French music performed against the magical backdrop of Werribee Park Mansion. Crowd favourites, Moriarty performed their unique blend of depression-era blues. Nouvelle Vague were ever as crazy, touring with Melanie Pain & Phoebe Kildeer. And new to Australian shores (and sure to be regulars) – Asa and Féfé.
Check out all my photos from the day on Life Music Media!
Nouvelle Vague – Phoebe Kildeer & Melanie Pain
Bluejuice frontman Jake Stone
What a great way to ring in the new year, than with two solid days of music at Pyramid Rock! I covered the festival for Beat Magazine. Can you spot yourself in the crowd? Check out the pics!
- Pyramid Rock Gallery – Day 1 – The Living End, Gotye, Cloud Control, Spiderbait, Spank Rock, Ash Grunwald, Vascoe Era, Lyrics Born, The Herd, The Delta Riggs, Dum Dum Girls, The Bamboos and more…
- Pyramid Rock Gallery – Day 2 – Scissor Sisters, Bluejuice, Sparkadia, The Panics, Drapht, Blue King Brown, Illy, Owl Eyes, Hermitude, Georgia Fair, Graveyard Train, Grace Woodroofe, Abbe May and more…
Kimbra @ Topshop
The UK Queen of High Street Fashion, Topshop opened it’s doors at its first Australian store, in the Jam Factory in Chapel St. Among the celebrities in attendance were Kimbra, Jessica Gomes and Alice Burdeu. Here is your first glimpse of what Topshop has to offer Melbourne.
Check out all my photos from the night on Style Melbourne!
Anthea Solopotias – Fashion Aid 2011
The annual iSelect Fashion Aid 2011 event was held at Crown Casino this week and hosted by Jo Stanely (FoxFM). Supporting Mission Australia in their fight to eliminate disadvantage and create a fairer Australia.
This years 80′s theme was everywhere – in the fashion, Rhythm Nation-style moves and kicking soundtrack featuring Madonna & Michael Jackson. Australian Idol winner, Stan Walker may have stolen the show…
Check out all my photos on LifeMusicMedia!
Kimbra @ The Forum
New Zealand songstress, AKA “The Next Big Thing,” played to a sold out Forum Theatre in Melbourne last night. With support from Husky and Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire!, the show was evidence that young Melbourne is a rocking town.
Check out my photos from the concert on LifeMusicMedia!
Megan Park, Runway 2
Melbourne’s annual Spring fashion event rolled into town, and I was there to capture the runway action! Designer’s featured: Obus, Leonard St, Kings of Carnaby, Fat, Alice Euphemia, Green with Envy, Dhini, Megan Park, lifewithbird, Gorman and Nevenka.
Check out my photos of the Designer Series Boutique Runway for StyleMelbourne!
When I visited London, I had to make the most of my limited time. I couldn’t waste a precious moment in long queues at tourist traps – I needed to get to the good stuff, fast. Read on for my offbeat travel tips and get to the epicenter of London’s quirky heart – markets, shops, street art and galleries (not a palace or a clock in sight!).
Xander Pratt and I transcending time and space
I recently collaborated with Xander Pratt of WTF Bass, multi-talented dancer, rapper & model on this photoshoot. Located in a derelict factory, we spent a few hours jumping out of windows, walls and what must have been a chimney, to bring you these pimpin’ photos.
L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2011
With the leaves turning and temperature chilling, which means it must be time for fashion week! I was there covering all the action from the runways for LifeMusicMedia
Check out the galleries:
Runway 5 – Presented By: Harper’s BAZAAR. Aurelio Costarella, Collette Dinnigan, Dion Lee, Jayson Brunsdon, Scanlan & Theodore, Toni Maticevski, Willow.
Runway 6 – Presented By: Frankie Magazine. Alice McCall, Alpha60, Dhini, Gorman, Karen Walker, Kate Sylvester, Limedrop.
Offsite Runway 2 – Presented By: Yen magazine. Above, Trimapee, Extinct, House of Baulch, Kuwaii.
Live at Prince Bandroom
Lamb (UK) recently reunited, after a string of successful shows across Australia last year they returned to launch their new album. They entranced the Prince Bandroom with their ambient new songs, as well as the classics, including an epic rendition of Goreki. Support came from Brisbane band Oh Ye Denver Birds. Check out my photos