Just one of the many highlights of 2011
I know I’ll miss something but:
Starting the year at the beach after partying with justice in a warehouse
Balcony tv and all of the amazing moments I’ve had there
Covering Soundwave for 1700
Watching The Bronx side of stage
Bree for my birthday
Promotion at work
Moving to chapel st
Blood, sweat and beers tbfl reunion
Having Chris Cheney play my work
Having Neil Finn play my work
Beginning writing for The manifold
Lots of Dj gigs
Green. Pink, purple. Blonde
Robyn hangs in Brisbane finally!
Mel, Jo, Max, Kim, Shell
New tattoos :)
I’m a bit heavier and the bags under my eyes are bigger but this has been an amazing year of professional achievements and timeless moments with friends
I made a deal with myself to focus on my career this year and it’s safe to say its benefitted from it.
Thank you all involved whether I know you and you’ve made my life better or of you follow me and read it hear love love love to you all xoxooxox
If you’re a fan of good music then chances are that you would have heard of Chris Cheney.
Growing up in Wheelers Hill in Melbourne, Chris developed a love for music from an early age. His early influences included Jazz and highly influential band the Stray Cats.
During primary school he…
another career highlight, having one of my all time musicians Chris Cheney playing at my work!
On my way to sydney and these lovely ladies are picking me up from the airport.
We’ve been best friends since high school.
Kieta was always teased for being dark skinned and lanky.
Kerry was a smart ass but always teased for her freckles, long hair and lack of attendance.
I was called fat, four eyes, lesbian, ugly and obviously short.
Kieta became a model at the age of 14 and had a successful 10 year modeling career catwalk, print and tv both nationally and international.
She is now head of pr for a law firm.
Kerry is an amazing violin and guitar player. She is the visual merchandiser of a large store in Sydney and has modeled.
I am working full time in the music business, tv and radio presenter, write for an Australian and international web site and Dj
Eat that high school
Last night I was chatting to a few different guys who are all in successful bands.
They make a living from music, they tour the world yet they all said to me on separate occasions life would be easier if they were settled with a Monday- Friday day job, they’d be able to have a relationship and a pet.
When I asked why don’t they just quit to do that they are scared to try it.
As much determination and sweat and hard work it takes to be in a band I think it’s harder then to live the normal life.