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Photographer of the week: Hannah Markoff

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“What’s better than a hot chick? A hot chick eating a kebab!”

Melbourne photographer Hannah Markoff’s new series, Hot chicks eating kebabs, captures Melbourne babes mid-meal.

A street, lifestyle and portrait photographer, Hannah’s love for the incredible people around her is what motivates her work.

Hannah’s photography utilises natural light and an array of backgrounds to capture people in their real environments, expressing themselves as they are.

Her images are relaxed and unaffected, each frame draws out the joy in simple, everyday activities.

“My inspiration is always in my surroundings, everything is beautiful if you just notice it.”

Check out more of Hannah’s work on mylifeasapalindrome.tumblr.com


Food and Drink

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North & Eight

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The Cliveden Bar & Dining

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National Pet Adoption Day

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Guerrilla Gameshow @ The Grace Darling

The Guerrilla Gameshow is on again, this time with a vintage Halloween theme!

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The Black Exhibition

Self-taught artist tohm has dedicated his second exhibition to nothing but the colour black. A dark event indeed.