On Wednesday, I boarded a twelve hour coach to Melbourne and waved goodbye to the city I had come to call home. Sydney has a way of making you stay regardless of your intentions; keeping you in its bubble of buzzing office workers, flourishing parks and constant network of public transport weaving around busy construction … Continue reading Goodbye Sydney.
Wynyard Station Sydney, New South Wales 'Aspire' Pyrmont, New South Wales This week's song obsession: The River - Eminem ft. Ed Sheeran
Going outside with my camera is a lot like walking up and opening my eyes. It's all about perspective. The lens you look through can completely change your surroundings: "You can rarely change how somebody thinks or acts, you can only change how you choose to react to those actions." - A loose quote from … Continue reading It’s All About Perspective.
Cutting all the nonsense, writing the truth and we all know I'm a bit of an oversharer, so strap in tight and listen up. This is my year in places.
The great Chinese city of Chengdu is just that; a city. Images that come to mind when imagining big Chinese cities range from perfectly symmetrical grey buildings, air thick with pollution to bustling bodies commuting to and from competitively tall office towers, and a distinct lack of nature; evidence of the Eastern cultural push for … Continue reading The Nature of Chengdu.
Today me and my housemate Claire took a trip just out of the city to Century City, where we found the Creativity & Design Week event at the New International Convention and Exhibition Centre; a building bigger than I think I have ever seen, off the top of my head. We met a few really … Continue reading Chengdu Creativity & Design Week.