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Once a year, Open House Melbourne unlocks the doors to give the public the opportunity to explore may of the city’s significant buildings. I love documenting urban life, Melbourne’s history and culture and coupled with OHM’s photography competition, it’s a not to be missed weekend on my calendar.
One of my photos of Melbourne General Cemetery has been selected for the Open House Melbourne 2012 Photo Exhibition. The exhibition will be held at Michael’s Photographic Gallery, Cnr Lonsdale & Elizabeth Streets, Melbourne from Oct 26th, 2012.
View more of my photos from Open House Melbourne over the years on Flickr.
My highlight was when she embarked on the Impossible Princess-era tracks; Drunk and Say Hey – turning The Palace into a rave! And ‘the money shot’ – that was taken during Disco Down!
Seeing Kylie (for the first time) in such an intimate setting with a super fan, it’s a show I’ll remember for a long time. Kylie closed the show with the title track of her 1989 album Enjoy Yourself sporting original 1989 tour merchandise. Kylie proved that she can captivate the audience without any of her hits, bells or whistles.
Check out my full Kylie gallery!
LMFF 2012 galleries:
- LMFF Opening Event – Presented By: David Jones. Style Melbourne & Life Music Media.
Featuring: Collette Dinnigan, Alex Perry, Dion Lee, Romance Was Born, Megan Park, Thurley, Jack London, Lover, camilla and marc, Alannah Hill, Josh Goot, Project D and more.
- LMFF Opening Party – Style Spotting for Style Melbourne
Featuring: Dita Von Teese, Tina Arena, Megan Gale and more.
- Independent Runway – Presented By: Yen. Life Music Media
Featuring: Extinct, Francis Leon, Garth Cook, Jolet, ksubi, Livia Arena, Lui Hon, One Fell Swoop, Something Else and Song for the Mute.
- LMFF Runway 5 – Presented By: Cosmopolitan. Style Melbourne
Featuring: Joveeba, Rodeo Show, Shona Joy, Talulah, Wayne Cooper and White Suede.
- Graduate Runway – Presented By: Sportsgirl. Style Melbourne.
Check out my Flickr gallery for highlights from LMFF 2012.
This year’s Laneway festival brought another of my favourite singer-songwriters downunder, Feist. The Canadian artist broke into the world’s consciousness thanks to her critically-acclaimed album The Reminder and that song featured in the Apple iPod Nano ad in 2007.
Playing a sideshow at the St Kilda gem, The Palais Theatre, Feist’s set-list was dominated by new tracks, with only a few token songs from The Reminder (and the noticeably absent 1234).
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!
Check out all my photos from the night on Style Melbourne!