Conversations

Megan

Posted by Angelika Smuga on

Megan

For Megan May, growing up in a family that helped pioneer the organic food movement meant food and nutrition was always going to play an important role in her life. After studying environmental science, Megan followed her dreams and started Little Bird Organics. We met Megan at her renowned café, The Unbakery to discuss her latest recipe book, organic food and healthy habits. Story photographed by Neeve Woodward.     Tell us about Little Bird and how it started: Little Bird started in 2009, at a time when the conversation around raw food was almost non-existent. During the conception of...

Read more →


Arabella

Posted by Angelika Smuga on

Arabella

Arabella Peterson doesn’t have a lot of spare time, but she uses it wisely. Between working two jobs and freelancing, she also volunteers as the editor in chief at The Ladies Network and plays board games in the weekends. We talk to Arabella about gender equality, work/life balance and kindness. Story photographed by Hannah Roche.     Tell us about The Ladies Network and how it started: The Ladies Network started as what was meant to be a little exhibition in Surry Hills, Sydney in 2015. It ended up being not so little, with over 500 people showing up to the...

Read more →


Michael

Posted by Michelle Saspa on

Michael

Micheal McCabe is an architecture graduate creating furniture, installations and public art work. For his thesis, Micheal explored the relationship between queer identity, nightclubs and politics of homonormativity. We meet Micheal in his workroom to discuss sustainability in the built environment and queer identities in architecture. Story photographed by Greta Van Der Star. How would you describe your design style? Something I say to my students is "make sure you are having fun designing", for me that is about being playful and doing things that aren't very architecturally traditional. For me this always gets expressed in a deep fascination with...

Read more →


Courtney

Posted by Michelle Saspa on

Courtney

Challenging feminism and fashion are at the heart of Courtney Sanders's life. She is Editor in Chief at Catalogue, an online magazine dedicated to contemporary feminism, and co-founded Well Made Clothes, an online store dedicated to like-minded ethical and sustainable brands. Story photographed by Hannah Roche. What does feminism mean to you? The overthrow of patriarchal political and social structures in favour of gender equal political and social organisation. In lieu of that, and for starters, basic human rights, healthcare, and reproductive rights for women, worldwide, would be nice. What is your biggest focus within the movement toward gender equality?...

Read more →


Eleanor

Posted by Michelle Saspa on

Eleanor

Eleanor Ozich is a bestselling author, lifestyle writer, and mother of three. Five years ago, she embarked on a journey to better her family lifestyle. We meet Eleanor in her home to talk slow life, wholefoods and sustainability. Story photographed by Greta Van Der Star. How do you fill your day? My days are made up of joyous little rituals. I believe the things you choose to do each and everyday are not only an indicator of the quality of your day to come, but the quality of your life. I usually wake with the sunrise, open the front door...

Read more →