After mentoring a lot of young creatives over the years, I got sick of saying the same things over and over again and decided to write The Swashbucklers Guide to Becoming an Astronaut with a collection of some of the best advice I could think of, and the best advice from some other awesome creative industry people. After that, I realised there really needed to be some coaching on more practical job hunting skills, so went on to create the Job Hunter’s Boot Camp. And of course, in there, I talked a bit about the importance of ‘networking’. Which was all well and good until I had a few people ask me if I had any practical tips about how to actually do that, so yep, you guessed it, I went on and created this series of video content to go along with it. So if you’re looking for networking tips, this is the series for you. And oh yeah, it was when I had blue hair. Meh, it happens. Not to most people, but you know, to me.


The Rainbow Round of Sport

Protests and demonstrations are always tricky things. How much of it do we do to actually do good, versus just feeling good? A lame, token gesture that looks great, but achieves nothing. Does doing any [...]

Taking photos & making memories.

I know there's one school of thought that says, when you're out there living life you should put your damn camera away and just take it all in. And fair enough too. We've all seen [...]

Kayaking the Sea Caves

Way back in 2015 I planned a kayak adventure to go explore the sea caves near Rapid Bay south of Adelaide. Drove down there, weather was crap, tour got cancelled, went hiking instead. In 2016, [...]