There is something quite gratifying about being stuck on a plane for a 14-hour flight and it’s not the blockbuster movie marathons or free grog. #whiskeyontherocks For those 14 hours we get to disconnect ourselves from reality; from Facebook news feeds; from work deadlines; from ‘To Do’ lists. Long haul plane rides are like pit stops from the fast lanes that are our lives. In … Continue reading 14


J.Crew never fail to amaze me. The label have this ability to tell a story through the way they style and shoot their lookbooks. You get a strong sense of the person wearing the clothes and the clothes become an extension of who they are. I have a soft spot for J.Crew’s kids shoots including their latest Spring/Summer 2014 collection. There’s always the right amount … Continue reading KIDS

The church of Badu

A few weeks ago I visited the church of soul singer Erykah Badu. For Badu, music is her religion – a way to connect with something/someone bigger than herself. Mesmerising the crowd with her charismatic storytelling, you believed she had lived every word she sung. Being in a room with a person who is so creatively and spiritually free was liberating for me, especially as … Continue reading The church of Badu

Earl’s Juke Joint

Originally posted on Monday Barhop | Sydney's Best Small Bars:
Vegetarians don’t get fooled. Close your eyes, walk through those curtained doors and all will be ok. Behind the abandoned butcher store front of what used to be ‘BETTA MEATS’ reveals a spaciously long bar with smooth dark wood, exposed brick walls, rusty metal ceilings and beards. (Please note beard quantities may differ depending on… Continue reading Earl’s Juke Joint