'pony up' is a collection of words, ideas, reviews and images that i have either come across or created, that i hope will cause your smiles to beam, hearts to warm or minds to ponder.
Good Tune. Listen. Do it.
I clutched my camera tight as I braved keen crowds for St Jerome’s Laneway Festival held in and around the Footscray Arts Centre on Sunday…
Yeasayer’s Chris Keating
Of Monsters And Men
Of Monsters And Men’s leading lady Nanna Bryndis Hilmarsdottir taking to the crowd
The Rubens’ drummer Scott Baldwin getting his photo on
All photos taken with my LC-Wide/Fujicolor Pro400H film
Despite the clouds I managed to score a few bright snaps at the Big Day Out festival this past weekend…
The Killers- my absolute highlight!
Chow Town- had an ice cream sandwich I would kill a man for
All shots taken with my LC-Wide/ Black & White 400 35mm film
Just a few New Years happy snaps taken with my spanking new LC Wide!
On Sunday I popped into the bustling Big Design Market, the largest of its kind in Australia, held at the iconic Royal Exhibition Building. Spread over three huge days, the market boasted a variety of homewares and textiles, fashion and accessories, books, stationery, kids and lifestyle products. I took a few snaps but it was too busy to truly take everything in!
the glorious Beci Orpin!
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Photo courtesy of Cindy Power
On Sunday November 25 I hopped, jumped and skipped down to Federation Square to attend Markit, a biannual design fair focused on illustrative and decorative-based goodies. From fashion and jewellery to homewares and stationery, it was a treasuretrove of pure delight and I managed to pick up some nifty gifts!
I took my trusty Holga 35BC and tested out the 35mm Lomography Earl Grey 100 Black and White film on the diverse streets of Richmond. Voila!