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Dad's The Word
A series of short social media videos we made for Vicinity Centres for Father's Day 2022. Agency: Cassette Production Company: Black Ant Films Director and Producer: Alana Barker-Tompson Line Producer: Becka Mezzatesta Cinematography: Flick Smith Gaffer: Robert Aboud Sound: David Chakman Hair & Make-Up: Love Hawkridge Animation: Cordelia Brown Studio: Live Stream Studio
Things Will Be Different
A short promotional video for the documentary 'Things Will Be Different'. I met with the filmmakers behind the documentary for a quick interview about their recently released film. Things Will Be Different documents two neighbours’ experiences of displacement. The film explores the impact of losing one’s home and the important role public housing plays in our communities, documenting residents as they are forced to relocate from the Walker Street public housing estate in Northcote, Melbourne when it is sold for private redevelopment.
John Wesley Returns to Wesley Place
Celebrating the depth of heritage on site at Wesley Place, Charter Hall have a long-standing commitment to preserving its history. Honouring this, on Thursday 11th June 2020 Charter Hall and Uniting Church Australia welcomed the John Wesley Statue back to its pride of place in the forecourt of Wesley Church.
Eva Kruse at VAMFF 2020
Eva Kruse is CEO and President of Global Fashion Agenda (GFA), a non-profit organisation which looks fearlessly at challenges in the fashion industry and takes on the responsibility to innovate and educate businesses globally on ethical and sustainable mindsets as much as practices. She is one of the headline speakers at the second Australian Fashion Summit at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival 2020.
Harper's Bazaar - Kennedy Oaks Day
Missed all the action? BAZAAR caught the best moments from inside the 'House of Kennedy' marquee in The Birdcage where the race day's naming sponsor hosts—brand ambassador, Jaimee Belle Kennedy, and fashion blogger and friend of the luxe watch and jewellery house, Nadia Fairfax—were joined by Montana Cox, who nailed the race day's ladylike brief in gold Zimmermann, accessorised with Chloé and an IWC timepiece.
Ice Queen by Amber & Indigo
"Ice Queen" - Shop the collection at http://amberandindigo.com Full credits: Director of Photography: (http://nellihuie.com) Camera: Nelli Huié & Alana Tompson (http://blackantfilms.com) Model: Lorelei (https://www.instagram.com/lorelei_lingerie_) Designer: Amber & Indigo (http://amberandindigo.com) HMUA: Rebecca Romanin (http://rebeccaromanin.com/) Wardrobe stylist: Amber Von Blonde Production designer: Nelli Huié Set construction: Jake Underdown Production Assistant: Breanna Sizeland Filmed at Wick Studios, Melbourne Australia (http://wickstudios.com.au)
David Jones presents Raw Minimalism with Belle Magazine
Don’t miss the new @davidjonesstore Autumn/Winter 2019 homewares edit with the April issue of Belle – on sale today! Here, Belle editor Tanya Buchanan breaks down one of the season’s essential looks, 'Raw minimalism'. Combining warm palettes of cream, caramel and tones of grey, raw minimalism brings together earthy and textural layers of cocooning comfort. Shop the collection in stores and online.
David Jones presents Tactile Craft with Belle Magazine
Don’t miss the new David Jones Autumn/Winter 2019 homewares edit with the April issue of Belle – on sale now! Here, Belle’s interior design editor, Lucy Montgomery, illustrates the mood of the moment, tactile craft, a look that melds modern design with traditional artisanal methods and an emphasis on honest, tactile materials. An essential element in this scheme is the newly launched David Jones dinnerware range, designed in collaboration with Robert Gordon Pottery and handmade in Australia. Shop the collection in stores and online. Styling: Lucy Montgomery and Steve Cordony.
Incinerator Art Award 2017 - Art for social change
The Incinerator Art Award showcases the work of 22 artists who make art to promote positive social change. The award is inspired by the original architects of the Incinerator Gallery, Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony, who believed that art and architecture practices are ethical enterprises that should aim to bring about positive social change. On Friday, 6 October the award’s first and second prize recipients were announced. The Incinerator Art Award was judged by Anthony Fitzpatrick (Tarrawarra Museum of Art), Jacqueline Doughty (Ian Potter Museum of Art), and Pippa Milne (Centre for Contemporary Photography). Winner $10,000 Boathouse Award: Alana Hunt, Cups of nun chai, 2017, participatory memorial and media intervention involving tea, conversation, photography and text, dimensions variable Winner $3,000 Incinerator Gallery Award: Heather Hesterman, LOSS/GAIN, 2017, plywood, stain, water-jet cutting, native plant stock,160 x 160 x 120 cm
The Community Grocer
We are proud to support The Community Grocer in establishing a weekly fresh fruit and vegetable market in Flemington. The market, which commenced in January 2018, will take place each Wednesday from 10am to 2pm at Flemington Community Centre, 25 Mt Alexander Road, Flemington. Visit mvcc.vic.gov.au/grants for more information.
Meals On Wheels - A day in the life of a volunteer
Through our community meals service, we provide almost 60,000 meals to more than 350 older residents and residents with a disability in Moonee Valley each year. To celebrate National Meals on Wheels Day on 30 August, we followed volunteer Yvonne Sgro as she delivered meals to local residents. Find out more about our community meals service and National Meals on Wheels Day: mvcc.vic.gov.au/mealsonwheelsday
How one little shire beat huge electricity bills!
You shouldn’t have to choose between turning on your heater or paying your power bill. Here's how one small town beat their big bills. Subscribe here: http://goo.gl/JUPEL3 -- After thousands of Australians chipped in to Australia's biggest crowd-funding campaign, the abolished Climate Commission has relaunched as the new, independent Climate Council. We exist to provide independent, authoritative climate change information to the Australian public. Why? Because our response to climate change should be based on the best science available. We're a fast growing group of people made up of expert Councillors, staff, volunteers and supporters. Together we are doing everything we can to spread independent and accurate information on climate change. Connect with us here: → Website: https://www.climatecouncil.org.au → Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/climatecouncil → Twitter: https://twitter.com/climatecouncil
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