Brandon Stanton carries a city’s hopes and fears in the palm of his hand — or rather, on the pages of his online publishing phenomenon, Humans of New York.
Now the Sydney Opera House has announced that fans of the viral photoblog will get the insider stories when Stanton gives a one-off talk in the concert hall on February 10.
It’s always an inspiring/encouraging moment to meet a fellow blogger/creative who has turned their side hustle into a full-fledged career. Towards the end of May, we were invited to attend an intimate lunch with fashion content creator Yan Yan Chan and after that initial meeting, we decided we wanted to know more about her so we reached out for an interview.
Read on to discover who Yan Yan Chan is and how she got to where she is now, discussing all the things in her life from blogging and fashion to photography, career highlights and her advice for anyone thinking of taking on a creative career.
(Above photo credit – lifewithoutandy.com)
Margaret Zhang needs no introduction: She is one of Australia’s most influential new creatives, building a global fan-base for her work as a stylist, photographer, and creative director. And for the first time ever, she is set to hold her very own photography exhibition in Sydney this weekend!! Keen on attending? Click on the photo above to find out the details.
For one week only from April 11 in Sydney, producer/photographer Ta-ku will bring together global creative thinkers to curate a physical incarnation of his artistic process and world.
A gallery exhibit of his Songs To Make Up To photo series will be running through the days, accompanied by nightly talks on different topics that fans can win tickets to.
Hit the photo above to find out all the details.
Annie Leibovtiz’s stunning exhibition “WOMEN” is coming to London as part of a grand world tour.
The portrait series is a continually growing project that began 15 years ago as a collaboration with the author Susan Sontag who died in 2004. The photographer has stated that she would like the new images in the collection to reflect the changes in the roles of women in modern society.
Recently on a night out to dinner with my girlfriends, a nearby elderly couple were having dinner and enjoying each other’s company – not constantly looking at their phones. It was such a refreshing sight to see in amongst all the other tables where at least one person had their phone out.
Isn’t it sad that smartphones have taken over our (social) lives?
London-based photographer Babycakes Romero definitely thinks so.
Shot on Super-8, 35mm, 65mm and just about every other celluloid format possible, Reely and Truly gives you an intimate glimpse into the lives and practices of some of our greatest contemporary photographers including Juergen Teller, Mark Lebon, Dick Jewell, Jack Webb, Sean Vegezzi, Jason Evans, Nigel Shafran, Fumiko Imano, Charchakaj Waikawee, Lina Scheynius, Nobuyoshi Araki, and Takashi Homma.
Cancel your plans tonight Melbourne! There is a very special event being held at the Royal Melbourne Hotel and if you love art, photography, music and raising funds for a great cause, then you need to attend Wanderlust tonight!
Wanderlust is a fundraising event inspired by travel, art and all things creative. Design + Photography from talented artists all up for auction to raise funds and awareness.
Get onto it!
Starts at 6pm!