Surfer Profile: Tia Blanco

Tia Blanco represents the new generation of water women. A surfer, social influencer, vegan and yogi; Blanco is one of the faces redefining women’s competitive surfing. I first stumbled across Blanco through YouTube. It was a video of Blanco in the kitchen whipping up her pre-surf smoothie and discussing veganism. I was impressed – a…

Art from the Air

Travelling through Western Australia makes you aware of space. Wide open space.

You can drive hours through stretches of sleepy seaside ports, towering Karri forests and flat, red earth and pass very few people.

Thanking Rob Stewart, Ocean Warrior.

  I live in a country whose media is fuelled by shark hysteria. The fear of the Great White Monster of the deep, the lurking predator – a creature that can smell blood from kilometres away. This time of the year our news headlines perpetuate an inherent fear of sharks – the summer killer. Shark…

#AlwaysWillBe – In Light of Survival Day/ Australia Day Honour the Traditional Custodians With A Self-Guided Gadigal Walk From Bondi To Tamarama

Today marks the day of the survival of Aboriginal people in Australia, despite a past (and present) of wrongdoing and the efforts to “smooth the dying pillow”. Australia was, is, and always will be Aboriginal Land. If you’re in Sydney and want to avoid the throngs of celebrations, I suggest taking this self-guided walk from…