Indisposable Concept

"Indisposable Concept is all about eliminating the technicalities and proficiencies of photography and providing a level playing field for everyone to contribute in a fun and easy environment."


First thing you must do is check these guys out! Secondly you must go grab some film and participate! Thirdly, you will have fun doing this and the anticipation will remind you what its like to create your own surprises in this instant world.

I grabbed a disposable for $8, took a few photos and shared them with these guys. Its a super rad project created by Stuart Chapman, a Creative and Art Director based in QLD. I see it as bringing back the use of film and all the other satisfaction that comes with it. The not knowing, the anticipation, the rawness of a single moment.

My Roll

Phillip K Smith III created Lucid Stead

"Like the enveloping vista that changes hue as time passes, Lucid Stead transforms. In daylight the 70 year old homesteaders shack reflects and refracts the surrounding terrain as if a mirage or hallucination. As the sun trucks behind the mountains, slowly shifting, geometric colour fields emerge until they hover in the desert darkness".

- Phillip K Smith III

Using the desert as material and medium and grasping the full effect of light, Phillip Smith installed mirrors on this old 70's homestead in Joshua Tree, California to transform it into a splendorous light play. Its incredible how your sense of perception to your immediate surroundings are heightened as you watch the reflection of the desert evolve indefinitely.

Smith describes his work "Lucid Stead is about tapping into the quiet and the pace of change of the desert.  When you slow down and align yourself with the desert, the project begins to unfold before you.  It reveals that it is about light and shadow, reflected light, projected light, and change."

Read more about the royal project

Stephanie Somebody

Designer▲Stylist▲Art Director 


I'm not sure how i discovered Stephanie Somebody. I definitely know it was through instagram, and started following because I found her photos aesthetically pleasing. Her overall instagram tile look is pretty enough! So who is Stephanie? A  Melbourne based designer and stylist but also an editing genius with her photos.

Check her website and follow her for a visual simplistic interior appeal.


Gold Coast Arts District


Claudio Kirac is a wonderful man who is creatively gifted with talent across many mediums of art and design. So I asked him to teach me a thing or two and I'm still learning off him! Congratulations to the launch of his studio in the Gold Coast. Tonight is his second solo exhibition called LOVE LETTERS. So more on that later. But for now check out the debut video of the opening.