Oi! Have your heard? There’s a brand new mag being put together by Gippslanders, for Gippslanders, right here in this vast, green region of ours.
Oi magazine, to be published six times a year, is the creation of Phillip Island journalist and publisher Roy Fleming. The first edition, launched on December 26, demonstrates what Roy promises will be the key focus of Oi: people.
Yep people – the relationships they share, the communities they build, their achievements and their trials, their glory and their pain – is the focus of the first edition.
Clever copy – there's nothing sweeter for those who have a thing for words.
Done right, written content's got a lovely sizzle, a life all its own.
Trouble is, no matter how well written, much of the population may not understand it.
If there’s one thing Danae Studios does well, it’s finding the sparks that set life’s important events on fire.
Your engagement, wedding, anniversary, the first few days of your newborn’s life, the relationship you share with loved ones (including your favourite pets) – it matters not what the occasion is, the photographers at Danae will capture the essence of your special event and immortalise it.
Yep, there’s some sadness about the place this week. By the first weekend in March, we’ll have shut the doors at Scribblevision’s Riverslea Boulevard studio.
For eight years from this address Scribblevision founder Phill Mackie and his team have turned out cutting-edge design, eloquent content and websites that are dynamic, beautiful and a breeze to navigate.
Here I am, the newest member of the Scribblevision team. I'm the girl who started her working life cleaning a butcher shop, took a mid-career break to pick daffodils in Cornwall, and in the baby years even attempted to earn a living selling cosmetics via party plan.