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Gone Curling – already a winner!

Gone Curling, a documentary about the traditional art of outdoor curling in New Zealand and climate change, won the best New Zealand short documentary at NZ Doc Edge Festival! When I heard that, I decided it was about time to […]

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Project: Will Frost’s CD – Shelter

Will sounds like an all round awesome guy. He teaches two childrens’ choirs (Mr Frost!), entertains friends’ kids at birthday parties (10 nine year olds this weekend – for three hours…), and all he wants to do is record his first […]

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Projects in the Media

Well, you know some pretty cool things are afoot when the projects you’re working with start getting talked about in the media left, right and centre. Here are a few of the highlights from the past week: Tama Waipara, the […]

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Project: we are immortal

Jenah’s short stories have been in the works ever since her honours year at Victoria, as separate vignettes that she started but never managed to finish. But then again, she believes that stories are never really finished, just abandoned and […]

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Project: Broke but Sexy

I think this is the first project title that made me laugh out loud – and then I read what it was about and fell in love with it. Having lived in Germany myself, I totally get where Julie and […]

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Project: The Art of Suspension

Simeon has a passion – it’s not one I completely understand (because I lack all mechanical/technological knowledge) but it’s definitely one I can appreciate. He loves suspension, more specifically, Self-Regulating Fully Pneumatic Suspension Systems, and he made one all by […]

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This video explains it ALL!

Crowdfunding can be a hard thing to explain – but I think this video explains the thinking behind it all. The project creator is the crazy person who just starts dancing. Once someone joins you’ve got your first pledger (and […]

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Bring back the art of vinyl – kiwi styles!

Daily Beats is reviving the lost art of vinyl – with the musical help of their friends Sora Shima, Second Gear Grind, Katie Thompson, Yebiisu,  and last but not least Dick Dynamite and the Doppelgängers. How cool would it be to get […]

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