But with that, turning back to an all-women environment reminiscent of my early convent days and mid-thigh school skirts. Minus the irrationality and hollow conflict you would stereotypically expect – heap on the positivity and a baby’s laughter


Having flown solo for a while now on the creativity front in between tv show binges (love me some avatar) and 24/7 deadlines that comes with the entrepreneurial tag of my day job, it is easy to get lost amidst a sea containing a much higher percentage of the opposite gender still in the tech industry. Granted even with it’s more plyable structure of the Internet itself and the possible benefits it offers to supermoms of babies and beloved pets alike it. 

But with that, turning back to an all-women environment reminiscent of my early convent days and mid-thigh school skirts. Minus the irrationality and hollow conflict you would stereotypically expect – heap on the positivity and a baby’s laughter
– working on this little project was an absolute banger in the most literal sense. Conversing with each member of our little team, getting a second outfit so wrong that it was right, and taking turns to bask in the synergies each of us brought to the table it could be perceived as hitting the top pyramid right out Maslow’s hierarchal ballpark. 

And to think that having the Two General’s Paradox from social media hindered the creative growth in South Australia; when you could have just been immortal like Henrietta Lacks in your own way.

Photography: Vanessa Burton
Model: Georgia Bess of Finesse models Australia
Hairstylist: Janelle Zara
Makeup: Laura McBride
Styling and video direction: Nicole Fang