Wednesday, 6 March 2013
Saturday, 19 January 2013
The super lovely Lucy Feagins from The Design Files asked myself and Brooke Holm to style and photograph the 2012 Christmas Gift Guide for TDF readers. We had such a fantastic time working on this project and we both couldn't be happier with the outcome. You can see the full post on TDF here.
Photography / Brooke Holm
Styling / Marsha Golemac
Location / The Establishment Studios
Thank you to all the lovely Australian retailers and designers who provided us with such beautiful products……
Safari Living / Ganims Store / Country Road / Modern Times / Harvest Textiles / Manon Bis / Kester Black / Kiitos / Somewhere / Mr Kitly / BLANK / Gorman / The Minimalist / kikki.K / Baker D. Chirico / Gewurzhaus
Friday, 18 January 2013
Happy New Year to you all! I hope everyone is enjoying a well deserved break and making the most of this amazing weather. Apologies for the lack of action on my blog. With the incredible weather here in Melbourne at the moment it has been very hard to avoid the beach. I have also been working on my own website along with some prep work for some upcoming projects. I can't wait to share it all with you so stay tuned!
I thought I would put up a few shots from the outdoor installation I did late last year for The Design Files Open House. Thank you to the lovely Lucy Feagins for giving me such a fun project and to Marimekko for all the delicious fabric. Thanks again to the very talented Brooke Holm for the photographs. Happy Friday!
Saturday, 15 December 2012
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
Monday, 10 December 2012
Above is a little peek at kikki.K's 'Happy Christmas' Campaign for 2012 which I had the pleasure of helping with. The catalogue is in stores now!
Photography // Brooke Holm
Hair and Make Up // Justine Bruers
Styling and Photography Assistants // Kelly Joyce & Anne Weir
Wardrobe // Marsha Golemac
Product // kikki.K
Tuesday, 4 December 2012
Warning - I may get a little emotional in this post. Last Saturday I hosted my first paper art class at The School in Sydney and it was AWESOME! The class mostly consisted of adults but THEN we had a little table for a group of five gorgeous, super creative, intelligent mini grown ups [aka the cool kids on The School block]. The children blew me away with their attention to detail, careful choice of colour combinations and original ideas. Rosettes were turned into award ribbons, necklaces, decorations and Blank Goods paper tape was used to cover everything in sight.
I cannot begin to tell you how incredibly grateful I am for having the opportunity to share what I love with everyone. My heart melted when asked questions such as "Marsha, do you think this shade of gold or this gold would go best here?" by 13 year old Rupert [the only boy in the class and the one who took out the award for best rosette maker of the day]. Ohmygosh - my heart aches just thinking about it all!
Thank you to all the adults for being patient as I went back and forth from the kids table. I couldn't have wished for a better group of women. Special shout out to Nat - you took Rosette making to a whole new level, I can't wait to see where you take them next!
Thanks to my dear friend Neil Kenna for helping me out with pretty much everything. Danie from Blank Goods for suppling me with lots of delicious paper tape, stickers, gift tags and paper boxes…… and of course Megan Morton for having me at her amazing School of creativity.
Monday, 3 December 2012
Just a little post to show you the giant paper chatterbox I was asked to create for Megan Morton's wonderful School. It was featured in the recent gift guide [styled by Amanda Talbot] in The Sydney Magazine. [You can see it being held above by Tamara Maynes]. The idea behind the giant chatterbox comes from The School's gift voucher - that's right, The School offers gift vouchers in chatterbox form - awesome. A chatterbox is something I loved making as a child and now that I have made one as an adult, I can honestly say that it is still just as fun.
Tuesday, 27 November 2012
Photography by Brooke Holm
Don't pom pom's make you happy? Look at them all just hanging around looking fluffy, colourful and ready to turn your frown upside down! Last week saw my entire apartment turn into a woollen jumper but it was totally worth it as I prepared for a pom pom installation for the gorgeous Safari Living store in conjunction with their new campaign It's a Safari Summer. If you have the chance you must go and check it out - I am sure your day will be a little bit more cheery after you take a peek! In addition, the incredibly gorgeous and talented owner Felicity has selected a stunning collection of new products for the store so you can do all your Christmas shopping too! [But be warned, I walked away with presents for myself]. So, for all those peeps heading to The Design Files Open House or heading out for the ritualistic Melbourne breakfast this weekend make sure you pop in.
579 High Street
East Prahran 3181
Tuesday, 13 November 2012
Above are a few shots from a recent shoot I styled with photographer Brooke Holm for a Melbourne based homewares brand named Safari Fusion. We were lucky to have the opportunity to play in Lyn Garderners amazing home in Fitzroy - this incredibly stunning location had us ooo-ing and ahh-ing, along with a few random OHMYGOSH outbursts. Overall a super fun day spent playing with product and with great company too!
Photography by Brooke Holm
Styling by Marsha Golemac