Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
12. Oct, 2012
Ben Clement is a Melbourne photographer who loves live music almost as much as taking photos. For the last two years Ben’s been working with local and international bands shooting live shows with the likes of Kimbra, Henry Wagons and Let Live.
Ben reckons these experiences on the road and in the studio help him with his portrait work, and his photos have appeared in places like Portable.tv, CHAMP Magazine and BEAT.
With 716 screenings across Melbourne, the French Film Festival is a celebration of contemporary French cinema.
Monique Dawes is an Australian actor and performing artist who is tenaciously working to take her career to the next level in Los Angeles.
The Royal Croquet Club is back in town in all its might and majesty with some of the best food and music Melbourne has to offer.
A nod to the infamous Betty Wallace, who sold $1 Betty’s Burgers from a sandwich shop in Noosa, Betty’s has just opened in the Melbourne CBD.
Hopscotch is the newest kid on the Southbank block, and Milk Bar Mag were lucky enough to attend the opening party of this Urban Beer Bar.
The Craft & Co Christmas Market is an all incorporated mecca for food and beverage lovers.