As a sponsored feature for Concrete Playground, this article involved interviewing the artists behind Sydney-based art project 'Intangible Goods'. The project was created by Mark Starmach and Elizabeth Commandeur, who coming from the advertising and marketing world, wanted to explore how elements of their profession could be used for good through the concept of a vending machine that sold products benefiting mental health needs.
This piece of branded content involved working with Concrete Playground and the City of Sydney to promote the recent Site Works initiative. The program encouraged artists from across Australia to submit art works that would be used to cover up ugly building hoardings across Sydney CBD, aiming to liven up the streets and give the public something pleasant to look at.
This project involved interviewing eight of the selected artists and getting their perspective on the importance of public art and their experience working with the City of Sydney.
A project working with Concrete Playground and QT Hotels and Resorts to promote the launch of the brand's first Melbourne-based luxury hotel, QT Melbourne. This involved working in interviews with Public Spaces Designer, Nic Graham and Guest Rooms Architect, Shelley Indyk, and explaining the concepts and ideas behind the design.