Real Living - Near the Beach, October 2018
Creative homes. Australian style.
The Nun’s Room, Geraldton WA by Sarah Andrews
Green, Issue 64
Acre of Roses, Trentham
Country Style, Christmas 2018
Marnie Hawson, Riddells Creek
Styled by Inside Story.
InsideOut, November 2018
Carly Williams is an abstract artist living in the beautiful Central Victorian town of Daylesford. Her constantly evolving work reflects her obsession with all things raw, bold and beautiful.
Pieces available via Fenton & Fenton.
Country Style, October 2018
Laura & Boz Shields, Huon Valley, Tasmania
Treadlie, Issue 23
Harold Hawson & Erin Malloy
Homelife, Issue 9
Upfront || Marnie Goding, ELK founder
Occasions || Ellie + Tom, Wye River and eco-weddings
Country Style, September 2018
A sustainable, closed loop micro-flower farm based in Trentham. No pesticides, herbicides or floral foam are used, and the farm is bee friendly. Acre of Roses is a founding member of Consortium Botanicus, a micro-flower farmer collective allowing growers to connect with the creative industry.
Floral artisans bringing you the scents, colours and wayward stems of naturally grown old-fashioned fragrant roses, seasonal cut flowers, herbs and foliage.
Accommodation, gatherings and intimate weddings.
The Victorian Brumby Association, Victoria
Mount Mitchell, Lexton, Victoria
Mount Mitchell is a historic homestead established in 1838 and located within the Pyrenees wine region of Victoria.
Styling: Lee Blaylock
On the Move - Devonport, Tasmania
Homelife, Issue 8
Cleaning || Loom Towels
Occasions || Jenah + Simon
Garden || Ben Shaw Permaculture
Country Style, July 2018
Yolanda Zarins, Hobart TAS
A textile designer living and practicing in Melbourne (formerly Hobart), specialising in hand printed and dyed textiles. With a slow approach to design and emphasis on small batch production, the studio offers a small, signature collection of prints in select colour ways for home and decor.
Meaghan Willis, Newham VIC
Country Style, June 2018
Summerland Camel Farm, Harrisville, QLD.
Ethical, sustainable and organic farming principles, with most of the camels brought in from the wild in Central Australia where they would otherwise be inhumanely culled.
Palisa Anderson and Boon Luck Farm, Tyagarah NSW.
Organic ingredients for Palisa's Boon Cafe and Chat Thai restaurants in Sydney.
Belinda Jeffery, Federation, NSW
A focus on locally grown produce, community and seasonality.
Assistant: Nicola Sevitt
Words: Barbara Sweeney
On the Move - Kyneton
Habitus, Issue 38
Country Style, May 2018
Authentic, beautiful, eco wares made by artist Ilona Glastonbury using ethical materials sourced (in the locavore tradition) from within a 100 mile radius.
Pete Murphy for Treadlie, Issue 22
Clarendon House, Tasmania
Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival, Evandale
Costume curators Marion Boyce and Dr Jill Mackenzie
The National Trust of Australia magazine, Issue 3
Country Style magazine, January 2018
Cathy & Kirstie Penton, Meringandan for Country Style magazine
Langmeil Winery, Tanunda, South Australia
Assistant: Nicola Sevitt
Openhouse magazine, Issue #6
White Magazine, Issue 36
Clothing by Metta Melbourne
Flowers by Lindsey Myra
Venue: Butterland, Newstead
Simple is stunning blog post
Hopewood Home, Chinchilla QLD
Country Style magazine, October 2017
Trust magazine, Issue 2
Habitus Magazine, Issue 34
The Sugar Shack, Venus Bay for Frankie Spaces, Volume 4
Homelife magazine, Issue 3
Country Style, June 2017
Woodfolk in Real Living, December 2016
Country Style, May 2017
Trouve magazine, Volume 4
Country Style, February 2017
Brooklet House, NSW
Country Style, January 2017
Trust magazine, Issue 1
Good Weekend, November 2016
Green Magazine, Issue 52
Homelife, Volume 1
Green magazine, Issue 45
Styled shoot for Peppermint magazine, March 2015
Photography: Marnie Hawson
Stylist: Jesse-Bree Candusio
Assistant: Erin Malloy
Model: Brodie Oates
White Magazine, Issue 29
The Nomad Society for Broadsheet Melbourne
Trouve Magazine, Volume 3
Celebrate by Hooray
Korean translation of the Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking
Cover photo originally taken for The Downtime Agenda