People v Camera v People
I feel like almost every post I make is a recap of the time I’ve spent away from my own site. I always feel as though I’m a little bit behind and that I’m continually trying to catch up. It’s an interesting concept.
With Oz Comic-Con almost directly after Madfest, it looks like Perth is spoiling us with conventions, which has been a great start to the year. So, I dressed in my cosplay for the event – I decided on Mavis Vermilion for yet another convention – and headed towards the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Read the rest of this entry »
“I knew that I needed a bit of a change, but change takes time and effort – when you volunteer at a youth organisation (and kind of love your job), your effort doesn’t exactly go towards what you wear in the morning”
Talking about the craziness that has come and for some reason stayed.
(Quote from my guest post on the Colosoul Blog)
With so much constantly happening, you never know where you stand, not really. As 2016 has now hit spring for us Australians, the season where everything starts to become humid and birds attempt to attack you, I’ve quickly realised how fast this year has gone. It’s not like I haven’t done anything, I’ve done far more than I thought I would do in this time, but it’s not as though I had time to document it or to relive the moment in my head, it’s just been; go go go, Pokemon go (is that game over now? What happened?) Either way, I’ve been moving from one place to the other, going through tonnes of photographs, and setting up for the next, in this whirlwind that occurs every day. Read the rest of this entry »
Strange close ups, fake grass and a collection of words for another over due blog post. Catch up as I tell you the things I’ve been obsessed with recently, and just complain, yet again, because I’m just anxious for that break that’s coming up. I don’t do myself any justice. It’s probably because I keep trying to be Blair Waldorf.
This probably should’ve been a definite statement about pop culture, food and it’s effect on people, but it just ended up being a few (somewhat) intriguing thoughts that just floated onto paper.
“Leave it to me: I’m always top banana in the shock department.”
― Truman Capote, Breakfast at Tiffany’s