Top Designs 2015 Industry Speaker Bios

Peter Moar Systems Engineering
Chloe Greaves Product Design and Technology (textiles and fashion)
and Theatre Studies
Laura McKenzie Product Design and Technology (textiles and fashion)
Christina Exie Product Design and Technology (textiles and fashion)
Genevieve Kulesza Product Design and Technology (textiles and fashion)
LAB DE STU Product Design and Technology (products and furniture)
Sam Halsall Product Design and Technology (products and furniture)
Chris Murphy Visual Communication Design
Drew Coughlan Visual Communication Design
Clare Cousins Visual Communication Design
Will Mahon Visual Communication Design
Belinda Smullen Visual Communication Design and Media
Megan Wardle Visual Communication Design
Russell Mann Visual Communication Design
Leon Thomas Visual Communication Design
Rebecca Naughtin Visual Communication Design
Kim Pannan Visual Communication Design
Kate Pullen Visual Communication Design
Isobel Knowles Visual Communication Design
Eirian Chapman Visual Communication Design
John Yanny Visual Communication Design
Mark Farrelly Visual Communication Design
Luke Flood Visual Communication Design
Rebecca Hayes Visual Communication Design
Mark Olive Food and Technology
Jessie Di Blasi Food and Technology
Jacqueline Di Blasi Food and Technology
Paul Douglas Food and Technology
Luke Deylen VET Interactive Digital Media
David Franjic Media
Joshua Kaye Media - Photography

Peter Moar
Peter has over 12 years experience in international technology design and consulting from establishing global start up companies that provide a follow the sun solution to streamlining global fortune 500 companies operations to bring complex products from design to mass manufacture. Peter spent five years living and working in Munich Germany as an engineer, manager, and researcher in the manufacturing sectors of telecommunications, automotive, aerospace and nanotechnology.

Peter is currently working as an Entrepreneur in Residence and Research Fellow in the Department of Engineering at La Trobe University. He has recently secured a project with the German Aerospace Centre to design and construct a scientific instrument for the International Space Station.

Since his return to Australia he has focused on the commercialization of cutting edge technology and R&D requiring extensive knowledge of the Australian and global innovation systems taking into account universities, State and Federal Governments, public agencies, and private industry. This included major projects development of $AUD30m - $1AUDb involving securing equity investment partners, government agencies, creation of business plan incorporating R&D and commercialization plan, and fulfilment of financial and legal requirements leading to contractual arrangements.

Chloe Greaves
Chloe Greaves is a graduate of the Victorian college of the arts, where she studied theatre production majoring in costume design. Post graduating her studies she worked as a wardrobe assistant for the Malthouse theatre. And now works full time as a freelance costume designer and stylist, working in dance, opera, Theatre and film. Chloe's most recent costume designs included Blak Cabaret (Sydney Festival/Malthouse Theatre), The Magic Pudding (Victorian Opera), On the Bodily Education (Fraught Outfit - MTC Neon), Le Donna Curiose (The Juilliard School, New York), Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Essential Theatre), Therese Raquin and The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant (Dirty Pretty Theatre), and Pacific Overtures (Watch This Productions).

Upcoming productions include The WaitingRoom (MTC), Grumpiest Boy in the World (Victorian Opera) and The Bacchae (Fraught Outfit, Melbourne Festival).

Chloe also works as a stylist in film and television, and has among others designed music videos for Kimbra, San Cisco, Guy Sebastian, Montaigne and Imperial teen. Chloe has been nominated for three Green Room Awards; in 2013 for The Magic Pudding (set and costume), opera category, and in 2010 The Fate of Franklin and His Gallant Crew and 2012 for The Pineapple Sorrow, for costume design in the independent theatre category.

Laura McKenzie
Laura McKenzie exhibited her Product Design and Technology pieces in last year’s Top Designs exhibition, having completed the subject in 2013 while in year 11 at Loreto College, Ballarat. She has since completed year twelve, and will commence university at Melbourne Uni this year, studying Arts. Laura’s displayed work, “vintage beach outfit”, incorporated vintage style bathers and a dress. The entire outfit was made of either authentic vintage or reprinted vintage fabrics, and she employed the use of free motion machine embroidery, transfer printing, patchwork style sewing, eyelets and shirring to complete the piece.

This same dress also was awarded first prize in the Apex Australia Teenage Fashion Awards national final, for the ‘casual wear’ category, which rewarded her with a week’s fashion illustration course undertaken at Whitehouse in Melbourne. This course developed her illustration skills, with which she has taken a recent interest in art, drawing and painting, in addition to sewing and fashion. While Laura does not wish currently to pursue a career in fashion, her love for design will see her to continue its practice well into the future.

Christina Exie
Melbourne-based Christina Exie is one of the most electric new talents to emerge in Australian fashion in recent memory. Directional yet wearable with a crisp modern edge, Exie’s creations are thoughtfully constructed for the wardrobe of the sophisticated and young at heart woman with an appreciation for the avant-garde.

An artist in the truest sense, Christina Exie’s designs grow organically from a conceptual level with a broad and innovative set of influences – both abstract and particular. With a reverence for classicism, a firm foundation in the present and a foot always boldly towards the future, Christina Exie is a designer for all seasons and times.

Genevieve Kulesza
A lifelong fascination with colour, creatures and creating led Genevieve Kulesza to a Bachelor of Design (Fashion) degree at RMIT University, where she graduated with First Class Honours in 2010. Genevieve has received national recognition for her designs, presenting her graduate collection ‘Swarm’ at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week 2010. Leading global trend-analysis website WGSN described her designs as an ‘exuberant… explosion of colour and texture’. In 2010, she was awarded second place in the National Finals of the Triumph Inspiration Lingerie Awards. Genevieve was also selected for the prestigious National Graduate Show, a highlight of the 2011 L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival. Her designs were exhibited in Melbourne Museum for the Top Designs exhibition in 2007 as well as the Retrospective in 2009.

After completing an internship in Berlin in 2011, she continues to live and work in Germany as a freelance fashion designer and production assistant, as well as a fashion sales agent during Paris Fashion Week. She has worked with fashion labels C.neeon, Starstyling, Großer Heinrich, and Front Row Society, and returned to Melbourne in 2014. Genevieve enjoys printing her own textiles in her spare time, and revels in exploring a range of art and design pathways extending far beyond the realms of fashion.

LAB DE STU is a multi award-winning and forward thinking Melbourne design collective created by Adam Lynch, Andre Hnatojko, Dale Hardiman & Nico Evans in 2011. Used as a vehicle to promote their work and design ethos, with the support of each other and each other’s success, this business and marketing model pushed the group to new heights within a short period of time allowing them to exhibit not only within Australia but also internationally.

Although separate as designers, they showcase a wide selection of designs together, more focused around experimentation, furniture and objects, and using strength in numbers to show the Australia and International design community what local design is capable of. The LAB DE STU designers use self-constructed design briefs created for market needs drawing on research and knowledge to specify such instructions, allowing for new methods of thinking and a more sustainable approach to be invested.

Sam Halsall
Sam completed high school and VCE at Ballarat Grammar School focusing heavily on both Visual Communication Design, and Product Design & Technology. During this time Sam explored different areas of design which led to a number of artistic outcomes. These ranged from innovative new age architectural concepts to projects focused more heavily on branding and corporate identity and the overall aesthetic image of a commercial company. Among receiving different awards regionally for recognition to his design work, these different projects earned Sam a shortlisting for the 2013 Top Designs Exhibition, the opportunity to exhibit his work locally in the Ballarat Art Galleries 'Next Gen' exhibition and an opportunity to exhibit his final Product Design & Technology work in the 2014 Top Designs Exhibition.

The piece selected, 'The MauHaus Desk' was a plywood desk inspired by minimalistic Scandinavian design, built for a practical purpose and to be visually striking to the eye. The almost optical illusion waterfall effect was created by gluing together plywood strips which had been cut into the shape of the desk. It was completed with a Tung Oil and black enamel finish. After exhibiting his work and completing year 12 Sam took a year off from study to work and travel overseas before coming back home to begin an Undergraduate Bachelor of Design, (Architecture) at Deakin University in 2015.

Chris Murphy
After having his work exhibited in the 2005 Top Designs exhibition Chris Murphy went on to Graduate from Swinburne University of technology with a Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) in 2008. He is currently working as a founding partner of Motherbird, a young Communication Design studio, whose work includes Art Direction, branding & identity, advertising, print, signage, illustration, photography web and digital design for a diverse range of clients working on both large and small projects.

Being actively involved in projects that will be of social value to our local and international community’s is of chief concern to Motherbird. Design has the ability to change the way we think and live our lives. Having the skill set to do so, Motherbird engages in projects that have made a conscious decision to better our world while helping us become more socially responsible as designers and individuals.

Clare Cousins
Clare Cousins Architects (CCA) was founded in 2005. Based in North Melbourne, the studio works primarily in residential architecture and aims to create engaging and inspiring environments for people to inhabit. Each project is a considered response to site, context, programme, affordability and sustainability, and is developed through a highly collaborative interaction with clients.

In addition to many residential projects, Clare Cousins has created interiors for Aesop, T-bar and Koko Black, exhibition design for Game Masters at ACMI, as well as pro bono work for Victorian bush fire survivors

Drew Coughlan

Drew is an award winning designer with over six years experience gained at some of Melbourne’s leading agencies. His work covers the fields of branding, graphic design and user interface design. He has worked on diverse range of projects, from reimagining national icons to developing a crowd-funding platform for the arts. Drew is currently a senior designer at Love + Money, a brand agency for the digital age. Prior to Love + Money he worked at the boutique brand and design studio SouthSouthWest, the Melbourne office of global brand consultancy Interbrand and has freelanced at Elmwood and Tank. Throughout his career, Drew been lucky enough to have worked on a number of projects which have been recognised by award shows nationally and internationally, including New York Type Directors Club, REBRAND, Spikes Asia, AGDA and Create.

Will Mahon
Will Mahon is Creative Director of Atticus Design. Atticus Design are a small graphic design studio based in Kensington, offering creative communication solutions in branding, logo design, print design, packaging, and web design. Atticus Design strive to deliver engaging, creative solutions tailored to each of their clients’ needs, in the arts, not for profit, retail and corporate sector.

Belinda Smullen
Since graduating from Swinburne University of Technology in 2005 Belinda has worked as a Communication Designer within small Melbourne studios and in more recent years has been a member of the design studio at Museum Victoria designing exhibitions, environmental graphics, interactive interfaces as well as educational and marketing material. Belinda now runs her own freelance Communication Design business and last year joined forces with her husband to open a contemporary locavore cafe in the Dandenong Ranges.

Megan Wardle
Designer, Clear

After graduating with Distinction from RMIT University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Design, Megan was the recipient of the Artisan Award for achieving the highest academic results in third year Communication Design (RMIT). She was also a nominee and finalist for Design Institute of Australia's Graduate of the Year Awards.

With more than a year of industry experience under her belt, Megan joined the team at Clear in early 2011 and has enjoyed working within the dynamic studio ever since.

Russell Mann
Originally from Perth, Russell began his working life a cinema usher, sneaking in as many friends as possible before getting serious about a career and enrolling in a fine art diploma.

Russell graduated college with a Diploma of Art & Design and moved to London in 2004. He started working a night shift, making artwork corrections to Russian DVDs This lasted two days. He then began freelancing for some of London’s top studios, including Made Thought, Winkreative and Dixon Baxi on projects all around the world. He has worked for brands as diverse as adidas, Levi’s, Samsonite, Skype, Sony and Zaha Hadid Architects.

He joined Clear in 2011 and is currently the creative director.

Leon Thomas
Le Sphinx is a holistic creative boutique based in Melbourne, Australia co-founded by Kitty St. Clair and Leon Thomas. Their work spans multiple disciplines from brand identity to web design, from print collateral to custom artwork. With a focus on support for the arts and hospitality industries, they have forged lasting relationships with clients in Australia and internationally. Le Sphinx had been invited to participate in many wonderful events including Melbourne’s State of Design Festival and the Australian Graphic Design Association’s First 5 Out lecture series.

Rebecca Naughtin
After completing her VCE at Newhaven College, Phillip Island, Rebecca Naughtin completed a Bachelor of Architecture degree with first class honors at RMIT. After graduating in 2004, Rebecca commenced work in an architectural practice and within 4 years had formed Allen Naughtin Architects. In 2007, Rebecca was promoted to Examiner at the Architects Registration Board of Victoria and currently holds the position of Lecturer and Tutor at both Monash and RMIT Universities.

In 2012, the practice Rebecca Naughtin Architect was formed, an architectural firm that focuses on residential, commercial and pro bono work. Her designs focus on sustainability and innovation with a particular emphasis on client engagement and helping clients’ realise the potential of their projects. In 2013, Rebecca was promoted to Convener for the Constructive Mentoring Program for Women in Architecture and most recently won Emerging Architect of the Year 2014 for the Victorian Chapter of the Architects Institute of Australia.

Kim Pannan
Kimberly is an award-winning design professional, winning prizes for innovative sustainable architecture in Australia and abroad, including the VicUrban Affordable Housing Competition and the USA’s Big Ideas for Small Lots Competition.

Kimberly has over a decade’s experience working with industry leaders and has completed projects in Australia, China, Africa and the USA. Specialising in the fields of residential, education, and cultural/community architecture, Kimberly loves the challenge of resolving complex design problems into simple, logical and spatially beautiful solutions.

Kimberly has excellent communication skills and is very au-fait working with large and diverse stakeholder groups. Her approachable and easy communication style ensures that everyone’s needs are teased out and integrated into the solution.

As a Green Star and LEED Accredited Professional, Kimberly is committed to sustainable design and it is a core component in her design process. Kimberly believes the key to the most sustainable outcomes are achieved when a project is conceived with the first principles of sustainable design in mind from the get-go.

Kate Pullen
Kate Pullen is an emerging illustrator and letterer from Melbourne who can't drink caffeine, making her choice of profession and home city seriously questionable.

Slowly, and without any grand plan, letters and words became her primary focus. Often gathering inspiration from pop culture (read: watching a lot of movies), she's driven by the hope that these illustrations may help crack a smile or two. Although the majority of pieces created will end up on a Mac, there continues to be something about the humble pen and paper that will always have her reaching for a fine liner before a mouse.

Now, two years after graduating, Kate works as a graphic designer, will sit on the 2015 AGDA Victorian Council, exhibits when possible, scrolls through Instagram like a fiend, and freelances in typography, illustration, and just a pinch of writing. Her work has been published in the 2013 Typism and Semi-Permanent books, she has guest blogged for the Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards and the Sex, Drugs and Helvetica blog, and in 2014 she was invited to present at the Adelaide leg of design conference Analogue/Digital. To be honest, it is a lot of juggling deadlines whilst watching Ghost more times than is socially acceptable.

Isobel Knowles
Isobel is an award winning artist and animator. Her multidisciplinary practice spans short film, interactive installation, cross-platform performance, music, painting, photography and illustration. Her most recent achievements include winning the 2010 Premier of QLD's National New Media Art Award, being given an Award of Distinction at the 2012 Arts Electronica Festival and publishing a children's book with Thames & Hudson. Isobel graduated from RMIT in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts (Media Arts) and a Certificate IV Small Business also from RMIT in 2005.

Eirian Chapman
Eirian Chapman is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Melbourne, Australia.

She creates works for advertising, editorial, digital and retail. Some of her clients include the Commonwealth Bank / M&C Saatchi, Mercedes / Clemenger BBDO, WWF, Elle magazine, The Australian Ballet, Screen Australia, The Big Issue, Broadsheet, GQ (America) and Nobrow.

John Yanny
John Yanny is the Managing director of Voodoo Creative. Having graduated with a bachelor of Graphic design from the University of Canberra, he co-founded the agency when he was 22, which has since gone on to do work with clients nationally and internationally. Over the last 10 years, John has been a practicing graphic designer, design strategist, web developer and branding consultant. Voodoo now has offices in Canberra and Melbourne focussing on Branding and Digital work.

Mark Farrelly
Mark Farrelly graduated from RMIT in 1994 and has since carved out a career as a commercial photographer and artist. He exhibits regularly and has been represented by the Jackman Gallery in St Kilda since 2006. He has been a semi-finalist in the prestigious Moran Photographic Prize a number of times. His art is a unique blend of photography and painting, with photographs collaged onto wood and then painted over and finished with shellac. His work has attracted a dedicated following through the Jackman Gallery.

In his commercial photography he has specialised in portraiture and architectural photography, building a client list that includes many government departments, leading architects and construction companies and corporations. Through his Government work he has specialised in political portraits, photographing consecutive Victorian Premiers and Cabinets for the last 15 years.

He has also photographed many Australian Prime Ministers, including John Howard and Julia Gillard.

Luke Flood
Luke is a co-founder of Actual Size, a creative agency based in Collingwood with a strong history in the arts and cultural sectors.

Luke has played a driving role in creating innovative creative concepts for organisations including Melbourne International Arts Festival, Film Victoria, ABC Radio, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Tourism Victoria. Other clients of Actual Size include 3RRR, the Wheeler Centre, City of Melbourne and Genovese Coffee.

Rebecca Hayes
Rebecca Hayes is a Melbourne based artist working across animation, illustration, design and the visual arts. Driven by her multidisciplinary practice, she creates work for screen, theatre, print and installation. Her animated works utilise a range of techniques encompassing drawing, photography, stop motion and cut-outs, and have screened in exhibitions, museums, and film festivals across Australia and overseas. Most recently, Rebecca has been a contributing artist to ‘Fly the Colour Fantastica’, an independently published comic anthology featuring 12 Australian artists, as well as animation for Melbourne Museum’s ‘Aztecs: An Epic Story of Life and Death’ Education Program.

Currently she teaches design and animation subjects within RMIT’s School of Media and Communication, as well as regular overseas animation workshops at Yunnan University, China.

Rebecca is also one third of The Sisters Hayes, theatre designers and cross disciplinary artists who have exhibited their work in a wide variety of commercial and artist run galleries, various theatres and site specific locations throughout Melbourne. Recently, they have worked on projects with ACMI, Arts Project Australia, Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne International Arts Festival (2010) and Next Wave (2010).

Mark Olive
Mark Olive, aka ‘The Black Olive’, has been a chef for over 25 years and has become a well know Australian celebrity with his charismatic style and creative approach to food, starring in his own television series ‘The Outback Cafe’ and a host of cooking, lifestyle and travel shows nationally and globally. Mark’s passion for fusing native food and culture with contemporary lifestyle cooking has led to a huge international profile, and the creation of Black Olive Catering, an indigenous catering company in North Melbourne, Victoria.

As a Bundjalung man, Mark’s family originated from the Northern Rivers region in NSW. Born in Wollongong he became interested in cooking as a child, watching his mother and aunts prepare meals. He trained under a European chef and has worked in a number of kitchens ranging from theatres, universities, health services, film sets and in a lá carte restaurants around the globe, before establishing his own business in 2008.

Along with his daily business operations, Mark now cooks regularly for clients such as Tourism Australia (TA) at large corporate, public and cultural events around the country and the world, bringing his signature infusions of contemporary outback flavours to every occasion.

In 2010 Mark’s business was chosen as one of the destinations on Oprah’s Victorian itinerary when she travelled to Australia with her Ultimate Audience. Her lucky guests were treated to a cultural experience of indigenous food, art and storytelling during Mark’s infamous cooking demonstration.

Recently Mark hosted his own private MasterClass on series three of MasterChef, and has made regular appearances in the kitchen on The Circle (both airing on Network Ten). Mark has also been published in SBS’s new foodie Feast Magazine which launched later in 2011.

Due to his success, Mark has been selected to be a member of TA’s ‘Friends of Australia’ program, which was “created to harness the power of bright and influential individuals who are making a name for themselves on the world stage, and who have a genuine affinity with Australia”.

In 2013, Mark has become involved with the Outback Academy as the Creative Director Hospitality Programs which has developed Australia’s first Master Class curriculum in bush native foods with Mark Olive, and local knowledge holders. This curriculum will support intensive delivery to Outback Academy Indigenous apprentice chefs and front-of-house hospitality professionals across Australia. The Outback Academy has also begun the process of connecting Indigenous bush native foods growers as a Cooperative and majority business ownership group for what is being positioned as Australia’s first major Indigenous owned and operated bush native foods product and label.

Jessie and Jacqueline DiBlasi
Created by Melbourne sister duo, Jessie and Jacqueline DiBlasi (Photographer/Designer), Nonna to Nana is a documentary style cookbook. Exploring the seamless connection between love and nourishment, fifteen Nonnas and Nanas invited the sisters into their home to share stories from their kitchen creating a project that explores much more than ingredients and method - each recipe and story honouring their dedication and legacy.

Sunday spaghetti is a treasured tradition. This custom—a shared meal every Sunday—is one of the strongest threads binding the family together. Nonna Giovanna was a beloved member of the DiBlasi family, but she was also part of a passing age - an age in which the family unit was sustained and protected through shared culture, food and history. And so, Nonna to Nana was born out of the realisation that if the sisters didn’t document Nonna Giovanna’s recipes they would be lost. Working to preserve their beloved Nonna’s traditions, they realised they were not alone. It didn’t take long before the project grew. Eager to maintain the traditions and histories of a fast disappearing generation of matriarchs, numerous grandchildren recommended their grandmothers, enthusiastically listing off recipes to be added to the growing book - as well as the Nonnas and Nanas who made them.

The kitchens and cuisines were different, but the love and teaching remained the same. Each of the 15 grandmothers documented across this project treated them as if we were their own grandchildren – teaching, feeding and sharing their stories with wisdom and kindness.

Nonna to Nana is due for official launch Mother's Day 2014.

Paul Douglas
Paul has had 17 years experience as a chef; beginning his career working in some of London's top fine dining restaurants before traveling to New Zealand and Australia. Since settling in Melbourne Paul has worked for a number of small and large event catering companies, restaurants and cafes. In 2011 Paul moved to the Dandenong Ranges where he now owns and operates a contemporary locavore style café called The General Food Store.

Luke Deylen
Luke Deylen is an Interactive Developer with a Bachelor of Multimedia (Business Marketing). He is currently working his first job in the industry outside of university, in digital advertising. Over the last 3 years he has worked with clients including KFC, BMW, MINI, Myer, Officeworks, NAB and Bunnings Warehouse, creating rich interactive experiences for websites, on site activation's, smart phones and tablets. His recent work includes the KFC iPhone and Android Game, 'Snack! in the Face' which hit No.1 in the iTunes App Store.

He is the industry representative on the Top Designs Multimedia judging panel, and his own digitally manipulated photography work was selected for Top Arts when he was in high school. His dream is to one day run his own indie game business.

David Franjic
David began his career in Television Broadcast in 1999. He was employed as a Junior Editor at then Production House 'Mighty Big Images'. During his time at 'Mighty Big Images' David worked on a large slate of television productions including a weekly magazine style surfing program, TVCs, TV specials and documentaries. In 2004 David moved to Brisbane to undertake a Bachelor Degree in Film and Television. During this time David shifted his focus towards Directing and Cinematography.

In 2008 David moved to Dublin, Ireland . Whilst in Dublin David worked on a large and slate of broadcast productions in both Camera and editing roles. Productions included a weekly current affairs program, music reality show, children's game show and a travel series. In 2009 David moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands. While in Amsterdam David worked for Production House 'The Film Factory' as an Editor. In 2010 David returned to Australia, establishing himself in Melbourne as a Cinematographer and Director. More recently David has finished filming on a thirteen part travel/lifestyle series for ABC/Australia Network titled 'Fashion Asia' (2013) . The series was shot in a diversity of cities across Asia. Following its completion David then filmed for his second ABC TV series titled 'Food Bowl' (2014) which would see him head back to Asia. Other recent projects have included filming on a documentary series for SBS, the filming and editing of a series of current affair stories for 'The Conversation' and SBS, the shooting of a motorbike magazine style television program for cable TV and work on many other projects.

Joshua Kaye
Born with a creative personality and a love for photography, Joshua Kaye was privileged to be chosen to display his Life on the Streets: Melbourne Street Photography portfolio in the 2014 Top Designs exhibition. Undertaking VCE Media in 2013, Joshua decided to focus on the genre of street photography, despite limited training or experience in the art form. Fascinated by its inherent ability to capture unique moments in time, Joshua went out onto the streets of Melbourne for 4 days carrying nothing but a camera and a desire to take photographs that would encourage people to stop, take in their environment and consider in greater detail the beauty of human individuality. The result was a set of 14 images that captured the heart, soul and character of Melbourne and its inhabitants. Since last year’s exhibition, Joshua has been asked to attend local festivals and exhibit his work to raise awareness for events such as Social Inclusion Week. While he is not studying photography at university, his camera rarely leaves his side as he develops his passion for taking images that cause people to stop and contemplate in wonder the world around them.

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