Friday, January 7, 2011

What's On Your Agenda?

This is a long post way overdue. Since last year, I have been writing for this super cool website called, The Agenda Daily. It's a daily spurt of what's hot and happening around town. So if you're suck for what do do this summer, check out some of these recent posts. If you like what you read, why not sign up!

Sunday, January 2, 2011

New Year New Job

Out with the old and new with the new. And, as we all know, with all new things, come new challenges. So 2011 is looking like a rocking year for change. I don't remember the last time, I was so excited for the year ahead. There is a new job in play, new apartment and maybe new love (who knows!)

I'm super excited to announce that I am the new (and first) NSW Director of Australian Poetry. Amongst other things, my job is to make poetry cool and take it to the people.

So watch this space!

Sunday, November 7, 2010


Feeling rather crafty this Sunday, I got cutting and pasting and made this cute "Yes Peas" banner. Next is the name of my unborn sister's baby - just one week to go before she hatches. Woot Wooot!

Saturday, October 30, 2010

I thought it was about time I got myself some business cards. Feeling a little quirky I went for these..something different and in my view, the "bees knees". I can't wait for them to arrive in the mail!

Sunday, September 5, 2010


I've gone made for Japanese cranes. On a recent trip to the city of Geisha's - Kyoto, I was taught how to make origami. Since then, I've been leaving a trail of cranes behind me. Here are a selection of my first ones.

I've got a fair way to go before I fold 1000 cranes - according to Japanese legend anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish. Gulp. Only 960 to go!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

The (Sydney) Magazine

I stumbled across a really lovely story..

To see the whole article, click here

Monday, July 26, 2010

A Light House in The New York Times

Photography: Sonia Mangiapane

I had the pleasure of meeting Architect, Tim Hill a couple of months ago at his charming home in Kensington, Melbourne. After chatting to Tim, I discovered he's giving a whole new meaning to what it means to live in a Light House. To see the whole article, click here.