Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
21. Sep, 2012
Nicole Reed took up the camera when she started taking photos for a local tattoo magazine. She spends most of her time photographing editorial portraits but is falling in love with landscape and reportage.
Nicole’s recently been volunteering at the Flemington Community Centre once a month, taking photos at the Gateway To The World Cafe.
This event is hosted by a different cultural group each month who put on a cooking demonstration and lunch of their national cuisine. The above photos are from the South Sudanese cafe.
Our chat with actress Emma Ford on her group The Candy Topps who will soon perform their new show Femme Fatale at The Butterfly Club.
Both David Bowie's music and acting complement one another, and that's what Bowie On Film at Fed Square is all about.
Our interview with Indian comedic actor Kiku Sharda on his tour of Melbourne and his career.
The Aussies and Kiwis battle it out over who makes the best craft beer.
Our chat with comedic actor Michael Shafar on performing on Melbourne Comedy's Rising Stars.
The launch of Affix Magazine, an independent start-up publication that focuses on urban design, inspiring people and diverse communities.