Monthly Archives: April 2014

Pen and paper

So since the last post I have been working on the look feel of the guide. I decided to go with hand drawings similar to the “What’s in Season, New York” guide but with my twist. They look cute but are

Pen and paper

So since the last post I have been working on the look feel of the guide. I decided to go with hand drawings similar to the “What’s in Season, New York” guide but with my twist. They look cute but are

Crunch time..

With only 5 weeks to go and nothing really to show for it except a few blog posts, it was crunch time. I decided that since I was able to make a connection with the Southside and Northside Farmers Markets

Crunch time..

With only 5 weeks to go and nothing really to show for it except a few blog posts, it was crunch time. I decided that since I was able to make a connection with the Southside and Northside Farmers Markets

Meeting with Michelle

Today I was able to grab a coffee (roasted locally in Canberra) with Michelle the organiser for the Southside and Northside Farmers Markets to discuss her thoughts on the wallet seasonal guide and what other ideas she might have on

Meeting with Michelle

Today I was able to grab a coffee (roasted locally in Canberra) with Michelle the organiser for the Southside and Northside Farmers Markets to discuss her thoughts on the wallet seasonal guide and what other ideas she might have on

Connect locally Part Two

Progress! The connection was made with the organiser, Michelle, from the Southside and Northside Farmers Markets. Our plan is to meet up on Saturday to have chat. In my initial email to Michelle I described my project idea and she

Connect locally Part Two

Progress! The connection was made with the organiser, Michelle, from the Southside and Northside Farmers Markets. Our plan is to meet up on Saturday to have chat. In my initial email to Michelle I described my project idea and she

Connect locally Part One

So as mentioned in my proposal I was planning to meet up with a researcher, Bethaney Turner, from the Food Sustainability research cluster at the University, to possibly get more information relative to Australia and Canberra to help inform my

Connect locally Part One

So as mentioned in my proposal I was planning to meet up with a researcher, Bethaney Turner, from the Food Sustainability research cluster at the University, to possibly get more information relative to Australia and Canberra to help inform my