authentic pho brisbane February 02

YouTube video number 2!

I’m trying to keep the momentum up, so here’s video number two – how to have AUTHENTIC pho in Brisbane (or anywhere).   Advertisements

January 27

A new YouTube adventure!

Earlier I teased about me working on some video stuff.  Here’s my first ever YouTube video (not including a small multimedia project from years ago.  If you wanna follow along, it’d be great if you could hit “subscribe” in YouTube. That’d really help me out!  

I’m coming back…

Hi all. Just a quick post – not even any photos – to say that this year, you can expect to see a lot of posts from me. I’m very excited! I’ll be taking a new direction and expanding into video. A lot of big things in the works for the year, which the first […]

Brisbane die-in protest cyclists May 02

Brisbane cyclists’ “Die-In”

Peak hour traffic came to a standstill in South Brisbane on Wednesday morning as cyclists staged what they called a “die-in” to protest what they say are road conditions that are hazardous to bike riders. The protest, held at the intersection between Stanley and Vulture streets, was organised after Shelley Cheng, a 19-year-old Brisbane cyclist […]

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Brisbane Street – 2016-2017

The masters is done, so I now have no excuse to neglect this blog anymore! While I’ve been away, I’ve been amassing a collection of images from my random wandering around Brisbane. So here’s a selection from the last year or so. I’m just gonna post and run, but keep an eye out for more […]

I am still alive!

Just a quick post to let y’all know I’m still here. I’ve been totally consumed with the project I’ve been working on for my masters degree. The good news is I will have everything submitted by the end of the day next Monday (June 12). I’ll be able to have a life once more, and […]

February 24

2016 in Retrospect (Part 3 – My Near-Death Experience)

My time in Cambodia had kicked off the year on a high. Things were fairly normal after I arrived back in Brisbane in early February and returned to what was meant to be the final year of my masters degree. It was in early May that things took a sudden turn… I came down with […]