The Melbourne sharehouse: a cultural icon

The sharehouse has been immortalised by film, literature and the cultural memory. A pile of shoes sits at the door, while a stack of mismatched crockery balances precariously in the sink. Ash and empty bottles litter the dirt-encrusted carpet. The hum of overlapping routines fills the air. The sharehouse setting, so familiar to many, has... Continue Reading →

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book review: the cure & INXS

I officially finished my second year of university a couple of weeks ago. Yay!! Melbourne has had pretty nice weather lately, so I have been spending most of my free time reading in the sunshine. I read the INXS official autobiography, and the memoir of one of The Cure's founding members, Lol Tolhurst. Both books... Continue Reading →

living through a screen

The crowd buzzes softly, waiting. The air is thick with excitement, brimming with anticipation. The lights finally dim and everyone stretches their necks towards the stage. Screams, whistles and a heavy push forward signal the entrance of the band. Within seconds everyone is moving to the beat, smiling up at the stage and basking in... Continue Reading →

my tattoos

Today I thought I'd give you a peek at my tattoos. I only have two, but I plan on getting several more in the future.   The moon was tattooed in February 2016 at 8th Street Tattoo in Mildura. It was quite spontaneous. A group of friends and I went to Mildura for a girls... Continue Reading →

A moment in time

  Do you ever feel nostalgic for a time or place that you have never actually experienced? That is how I feel about the punk movement and the years that followed it. The way people lived and thought back then intrigues me. I long for the music, the fashion, the culture. I crave it so deeply... Continue Reading →

street art of melbourne

Hosier lane is one of my favourite spots to visit in the city. It boasts incredible street art that is constantly changing. It can be found just across from Federation Square.

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