Gili GoPro

Spent the last few weekends cutting and compiling this GoPro footage from my first time scuba diving. I know it’s no Spielberg masterpiece but I sure had fun making it đŸ™‚

Camera: boiyfie’s GoPro Hero3
Software: Windows Movie Maker

Inspiration Indo

Been going through recent travel snaps to tropical island paradise – here’s a summary of design inspiration I stumbled upon while on holiday.

My Best Friend’s Wedding

My friends Kiky and Dipo pledged their lives to each other in traditional Indonesian fashion. The two day four part ceremony took place in Kiky’s hometown Makassar, South Sulawesi. Held at her parents home and The Grand Clarion Hotel (Makassar’s finest), their wedding was the most extravagant thing I have ever witnessed. The intricacies of the clothing, decorations and food was astounding! And the shear size of the event was difficult to comprehend, with 4000 guests attending the reception! Continue reading “My Best Friend’s Wedding”

Stop Motion Time Travel

Last night we celebrated the closing of ‘Go Away and Come Back: an exhibition of architecture, travel, research, experience‘. It’s been a pleasure to work with this talented bunch. For those who didn’t make it, here’s what I exhibited. Continue reading “Stop Motion Time Travel”


Oh what a week! Here’s how it went:

Monday – morning poolside in Bali (more photos to come).

Tuesday – back at work straight into a submission capped off by a night of filming at Site Architecture Studio Merge Talk on a Practice (vimeo link to come).

Wednesday – night Perth Arena corporate box debut at the Michael Jackson Immortal Tour by Cirque du Soleil.

Thursday – commercial gallery debut at Buratti Art Gallery’s ‘Bright Lights Small City’ exhibition curated by my fabulous friend Karys McEwen. (Below: Me with Karys & Lisa)

Friday – reunited with my beloved window…and what can I say, it’s Friday! Life is good.

Parallel Nippon – an exhibition I liked


“Parallel Nippon contains 100+ large-scale photo panels of landmark designs, architectural models and video footage. The exhibition is divided into four thematic sections: Urban, Life, Culture and Living, a cross-sectional view of Japanese society. These areas represent the revolutionary, innovative and progressive architectural achievements realised not only in Japan but across the world as projects of Japanese architects.”

I thoroughly enjoyed an afternoon drooling over architectural models and planning a Japanese architectural travel itinerary with equally enthusiastic architect friends. Continue reading “Parallel Nippon – an exhibition I liked”