Client: Wilshaw Project: News articles, website publishing and LinkedIn management I’ve been writing, editing and curating content for Wilshaw for just over two years. I work remotely and it works a treat. My key contacts at Wilshaw send through some ideas and / or words and / or pics and we go from there. I […]
Ahhhh, social media. Isn’t it wonderful… And yet sometimes not… I recently wrote an article for Roooar Magazine, Use Social Media to Empower Not Disempower, about my love / loathe relationship with social media. It’s different for personal and business, but I use it in ways that suit me for each rather than feeling compelled […]
“Besides the thrill of working on a cool project together, we wanted to create something that would have impact and make a difference to the lives of others. As cheesy as that may sound, it was true, and the sheer joy of that spurred us along. And the more excited we became about the project, […]
Andrew, who owns, manages and curates The Curb, kindly gave me a platform to help spread the word about my client’s crowdfunding campaign. Scribblers Festival is looking to help 10 under-resourced schools attend next year’s Schools Program. Here’s a bit about it and how you can support it.
We can finally unveil our little collaborative project. The ‘Alphabet, with a Difference’ poster is a collaboration between design by fish (illustration) and Little pink typewriter (words), in support of The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation (ALNF). It’s an alphabet with a difference – to make a difference. $2 from each poster will be donated to […]
We hear a lot about the term, ‘balance’. Wanting it, having it all, curating the perfect life – at least on Instagram! Please. Whether you see it among your circle or high-profile people perpetuating the myth of perfection, relax, we know it’s just a construct. My article, ‘What do Rose Jacobs, Denise Scott, Julia Morris […]