We recently spoke with Amanda Dyer, she told us about her journey as a high-fashion international model, entrepreneur and new beginnings with her family in Sydney. 01. Describe your journey in a nutshell: I started modelling from a young age and grew up working in cities like Tokyo, Paris, Milan & New York. I was …Read More
“The fashion & modelling industry has given me so much to be thankful for.” – Amanda Dyer
Creative Workshops and Influencers, a Perfect Match?
We recently caught up with John from ClassBento to hear how they worked with influencers to promote their creative workshops. ClassBento connects users to fun, accessible and affordable workshops that bring them together with the creative community. ClassBento aims to promote better mental wellbeing within our communities with $1 from every booking being donated to Dementia …Read More
Magic tricks opened the Influencer world for Nathan Darma
Honestly, I had no intentions of ever becoming an influencer/never thought I would become one. I initially started up my Instagram to share my magic trick videos, track my progress, and also engage with other like-minded people (as I didn’t know many other people in person who shared the same interests). Over time, after consistently …Read More
Future Proofing: Average is not Enough in this creative industry
Photograph // Alistair F
What is future proofing yourself? It should be the singular focus of the entire creative industry. Long gone are the days of turning up to a job or project and hoping for the best. You need to be relevant, proactive and thinking ahead. What can give you an edge, what will make your day, your project or your campaign better – more beautiful – more creative – more successful and more efficient? These aren’t short cuts, you need to genuinely future gaze and push the boundaries of what is possible. That’s when good work becomes GREAT WORK!
What are the key steps involved? The key steps are being planned. If you’re planned and well organised you are less rushed and have more time to BLUE SKY think. This is that 10% of thinking that isn’t all about the doing or the pragmatic to do list, its the small amount of time when you’re bored that you can truly be creative and THINK. So if you’re organised you’ll have that 10% blue sky time which means you’ll have the chance to actually think. (P.S – being on social media doesn’t count as bored by the way).
Why do people need to start thinking about agility and speed? Give us a scenario! All reports are leading to consumers I.e. Humans having less and less time. This is means that to stand out you’ve got to do it quick! You know yourself how hard it is to stay on top of all the coms and the speed at which you need to ‘keep up’ in life. So remember that while you’re struggling to keep up, so are the people you want to work with / for. So be brief, courteous and to the point. Ask for what you actually want and have a point of view. Don’t waste time!
Freelancer Highs and Lows: How to Handle the Roller Coaster
Being a freelancer means you have your good days, your bad days, and your down and dirty depressing days. It’s an emotional roller coaster which is not for everyone. This week we talk to Greer Bolomey, a successful producer from C’est a Vie Films. Like us, you’ll be pleased to learn that the emotional roller coaster happens to everyone in the industry! We hope it inspires you to never give up!Read More
Candid Interview: Australian Born + LA Based Allex Phillips
From modelling to music clips and the best of recent Australian TV Drama, at 23 Alexandra Phillips is carving out quite a career for herself. We caught up with the now LA based Aussie rising star to see how she is embracing the US lifestyle, and how she setting Hollywood on fire with her talents.Read More
theright.fit | Hot & Delicious Rocks the Planet
Founder & CEO of theright.fit Taryn Williams chats (and laughs) with Dan Wilkinson from ‘Hot & Delicious Rocks the Planet’ for entrepreneurial inspiring interview #89…Read More
THERIGHT.FIT | Featured on The Carousel
With two successful careers under her belt before she reached the age of 30, former model and WINK Model Agency’s Founder, Taryn Williams tells TV presenter Chris Bath how she is now taking on the modelling and talent industry with an online start-up giving models and clients full control over their next job or casting. Basically she’s cutting out the ‘middleman’ – and it’s likely to create waves amongst other agencies across Australia.