We have been living in Melbourne for almost 3 years, and really feel at home here now. I have moments were I tend to forget or more like, take for granted how special this city is. Its nights like Friday that come along to remind me why we moved here.
Earlier in the week I had read about The Shadow Electric – an open-air cinema located in the historic grounds at the Abbotsford Convent. As I’ve discovered before in Melbourne, tickets sell out fast, so I quickly grabbed tickets online.
Today I’m excited to finally reveal the project we’ve been working and one that I’ve talked about on my blog here and here. Over a couple of weekends in Ballarat, we worked with Rohan from a Whole Larder Love and Smith Journal to capture the build of Rohan’s log cabin smokehouse. It has been an amazing project to film and to watch develop over each weekend we visited. Rohan is truly an inspiring man. More about it here and here.
Doughnut Vault by Mode Project
Manos – Pottery Studio by Homegrown Swedes
Those Who Make is a carefully curated collection of videos and interviews from around the world. It’s such a great look behind the scenes at all things hand made.
In the spirit and patriotism of the London Olympic Games starting this week, it’s only appropriate to share Telstra’s fantastic olympic ad. The ad was created by Telstra in collaboration with DDB Group Sydney to encourage Australians to send a message of support to their favourite athletes and teams. Go Australia!
Herriott Grace Trailer from John Cullen
I’ve been a big fan of Herriott Grace on flickr for sometime now. I loved her impeccable food styling, cute cloud cookies, signature style cake flags and her fathers beautiful wooden objects. It was lovely to find out more about their story in this beautifully shot short trailer.
If you don’t know about Herriott Grace, read her story here, be inspired by her stunning photos here and her blog here.