I'm a performing musician and composer, graphic artist, videographer and educator and have lived in the upper Blue Mountains for the last two decades. I perform with the psychedelic soundscape ensemble PaperSun and am an original member of the Spooky Men’s Chorale, the infamous Mountains-based mens a cappella group. My music has been employed in a wide range of projects over the years, ranging from a soundtrack for the independent film 'The Last Babushka Doll' (2018), a promotional video for MTNS MADE and for the DiG digital arts project for Penrith City Council. My most recent release, Sounds Of In-Between (2015) brings together voice, instruments and field recordings in a timeless collage of music and sound. I'm currently working on composing and recording an album of new material with PaperSun at my studio in Abbey Street, Leura. I completed a first class honours degree at Western Sydney University in 2015 and has presented research at conferences in Spain, New Zealand and Australia. My doctoral investigation explored the spatio-temporal phenomenon of suspension as an aesthetic approach in popular music and imagery, which resulted in the audiovisual work States of Suspension, performed with PaperSun at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre in 2018 as part of my thesis submission. I'm a sessional lecturer at WSU and also teach instrumental students through my own music school, Abbey Street Music. I can be contacted at email@example.com or call/text 0417 376 733.
Seed is a new generation of communications and PR consultancy. Ethical, socially sensitive and aware, we develop strategic communication and PR programs that support conscious leadership and help drive positive social and environmental impact. We are passionate about what we do which ensures our campaigns are creative and compelling, connect with audiences and create discussion. At Seed, we believe purposeful organisations deserve to get their message out there and be heard, to help this we work with realistic budgets, giving you the opportunity to gain exposure.
I build new websites and optimise old websites for search visibility, user engagement and customer conversion. My clients are small- to medium-sized businesses and organisations needing an effective web presence. From a background of 15 years in corporate marketing and multimedia, I moved to the Blue Mountains and started Well Optimised as a copywriter and web optimisation specialist 13 years ago. I work with clients to understand their business and their target audience, and from there I design and deliver a website and overall online presence (including key elements such as Google Business Profiles) that help get them found and get their target audience to take action. Contact me to find out how I can help your business or organisation succeed online.
Social media is where the eyeballs are. It's the place to connect with your audience and share your story. We all know that social media is essential for small businesses these days. It can also be overwhelming, but it doesn't need to be. From hashtags to content pillars to engagement-boosting tactics; I can help take the stress out of social for you & your business. I also offer content creation including photography, videography and graphic design. I've worked with artists, food producers, jewellery designers, health practitioners, custom home builders, clothing boutiques and beekeepers. I am passionate about bringing the art of storytelling into digital marketing.
Gabiann Marin is an author, screenwriter, editor and story developer who has worked across a multitude of projects for stage, page and screen. She is the author of several books and interactive experiences for children including the award-winning children's book A True Person and the award-winning interactive Kids Together Now online narrative experience. She has two exciting titles coming out in 2024 including her first adult novel - THE MEDUSA SITUATION - a contemporary mythological comedy based on a retelling of the original Medusa Myth. She is also excited to announce that her book THE BATTLE FOR VICTORIA STREET, centring on the famous green bans of the 1970's, will be published by Scholastic as part of their My Australian Story Series in March 2024 - exactly 50 years after those fateful events.
Hi I am Chloé, owner of Clovar creative. I provide bespoke content marketing solutions to help individuals and small businesses. I believe in having a chat with my clients to really understand and experience their business. I can offer skills and services in: * Content creation * Crafting blogs * Website content ( brand new from scratch or reviving existing content) * Social media content * Newsletters * Photography * Copywriting * Creative branding I also sell my photography as art pieces for individuals, businesses and via commissioned projects. I am here to help bring those creative ideas come to life, no dream is too silly or too big. Let's chat.
Part of the world of book publishing for almost a decade before pursuing a career in Marketing and Project Management for multiple Sydney events with Sydney Opera House, UNSW (University of New South Wales) and The Ethics Centre, including talks festivals Festival of Dangerous Ideas (FODI) and All About Women. Work-wise, an adept juggler and organiser - handling varying aspects of any project or campaign including strategic planning, marketing, publicity, sponsorship, creating digital content, copywriting for print and social media. Personally, an eternal optimist who enjoys making things, crafting stories and getting to know people better.
Caro's been in the business of creating content since well before content creation was even a phrase. Starting out in television in 2000, she worked in various production roles before setting up Juicy back in 2004. These days her love of story-telling can be found in directing, producing, editing (yes, a preditor!) travel writing and podcasting. While she has a particular affinity for travel and adventure production, over the years she’s helped produce numerous TVCs, videos and branded content for a range of clients including NPWS, Qantas, P&O Cruises, Disney Imagineering, Commonwealth Bank and the RTA. When she’s not creating work for others, she spends her time on her own adventures and volunteering for the SES coordinating search and rescue operations in the Blue Mountains or teaching traditional navigation skills. In 2021 she wrote and published the book, 'How to Navigate - the art of traditional map and compass navigation in an Australian context,' which is the navigation text book for NSW Police Rescue and the SES. You can find her outdoor adventure blog at: lotsafreshair.com and listen to her podcast, 'Rescued' on all podcast platforms.