2nd November 2013
Spaced is a recurring international event of socially engaged art that showcases newly commissioned artworks developed in response to the distinctive characteristics of Western Australian sites and communities.
28th September 2013
Some snaps from a trip home and a few other places in between. Seeing wonderful things, hanging out with great people and eating amazing food.
4th September 2013
Happy birthday to my long-suffering dog who recieved a Mount Barker roast chicken and an LED flashing badge on his special day.
2nd September 2013
Tony Salom creates bespoke events for all types of clients. From fashion to sports to weddings and corporates.
31st August 2013
When I was over in London this winter I had the pleasure of taking a class with the ladies of The Curious Menagerie who run ethical taxidermy courses in Hackney.
19th August 2013
Yesterday I took a train south out of London towards Portsmouth to hear Neil Gaiman do a reading from his new book The Ocean at the End of the Lane.
21st March 2013
Derek Ho is the man behind the lens of Urban Light: a company that crafts wonderful, emotive wedding cinematography and he asked me to create a website for him. I have to say Urban Light was a favourite project of mine to work on.
19th January 2013
AllSolus is a specialist provider of wireless monitoring and energy management solutions for schools, offices, businesses and communities. AllSolus products are designed and manufactured in Australia and based in Perth.
20th December 2012
Best wishes to you and yours for Christmas and the New Year, I hope it’s full of fun, festivities and joy.
14th December 2012
STATT consulting works with global communities giving analysis and advice. They required a lightweight site with multilingual capabilities.
20th October 2012
I wasn’t able to make it to Melbourne for the awards ceremony on the 6th of October but I was delighted to hear that the Love Freo website was a national winner in the “Best Overall Accessibility” category and a finalist in the “Personal” category.
2nd October 2012
In its simplest form Love Freo is a long love letter to the City of Fremantle that has been written over the past three years in the form of a blog. It’s a side project of mine and another two local creatives that live and work in Fremantle.
2nd August 2012
Australian Institute of Commerce + Technology (AIC+T) is a West Australian based business and IT training college and they are recognised by the Australian Government as one of the leading Commerce and Technology Institutes.
9th February 2012
Spaced: Art Out of Place is a new international biennial event, an initiative of IASKA and presented with Fremantle Arts Centre as part of the 2012 Perth Festival. It featured 16 projects by 21 Australian and overseas artists and I was invited to take part of The Abandoned Trolley Project.
3rd January 2012
Love Freo has always been about telling the Fremantle story to anyone that’s interested to hear it. The Love Freo blog was doing really well so it was the right time to publish a book.
1st December 2011
After seeing the book zooming through the presses last week it’s so exciting to hold one finally in my hand.
16th November 2011
Big week this week for the book. The printers proofs arrived and I’ve poured over them looking looking looking for typos and mistakes. We’ve had the entire book proofread by a professional editor so was our final chance to pick up anything that was graphically amiss.
28th October 2011
Detail is a marketing and communications firm based in East Fremantle. it has a dedicated team of public relations, events and marketing specialists with national and international experience.
27th October 2011
Still working on the book, it’s taking up all my time but it’s gotten me to pick up a fine liner and start drawing again.
21st October 2011
Phil, who is one third of our Love Freo team, managed to get us in the paper. I’ve been working every evening and all my weekends this October on the book so it’s good to have some interest generated. At this point it’s going to be somewhere between a coffee table book and a guide book.
6th October 2011
It rocks when you do something that you’re really proud of and then it gets recognised by your peers. I was a finalist in the 2011 Australian Web Design Awards.
30th September 2011
I took a gap-year of sorts when I finished studying Industrial Design before continuing on to do an MSc in Computing and Design. Model-making was a skill that I picked up from my degree and I subsequently spend a year in a workshop at the foot of the Dublin Mountains.
20th September 2011
As you may or may not know I started writing about Fremantle in a blog about three years ago. It’s called Love Freo and myself and Isabel Kruger and Phil Martin write about our experiences in the port city where we live.
3rd July 2011
I was back in the UK for a holiday recently and with a bit of planning and good luck managed to get a table for lunch at The Fat Duck.
30th June 2011
Alice Lee Holland is an independent choreographer based in Perth Western Australia: I designed a unique one page website that scrolls horizontally. It features a very simple navigation system so the user can instantly adapt to the new and more unusual browsing environment.
14th May 2011
A Woman’t Touch is a boutique photography studio owned by a fantastically talented mother daughter duo and I was delighted to have the opportunity to design and build their new site.
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